Can’t mount a single drive in ubuntu

I’ve been having problem with windows boot and tried out ubuntu 18.04.2 from a bootable pendrive. When i went to see the partitons of my hdd, all the partitions were automatically mounted except the partition where windows was located. I’ve tried running the command.

mount -t ntfs -o ro /dev/sda4 /media/ubuntu

btw, i’ve given the command sudo sh before. Later that, this result appears…

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What can i do in this case to mount the partition. May anyone help please! Thanks you.

Can I keep an email folder on a remote drive and have it appear in Mail when I mount that drive?

All of my mac’s email is IMAP and kept on iCloud and I’m fine with that. However, I have an email hierarchy that I’d rather not keep locally on my machine or in the cloud and would prefer to keep it either on an external drive or in an encrypted dmg on my Mac. I moved that particular hierarchy into the “On My Mac” part of the Mail app to get it out of iCloud in the hopes that it’s contents would exist separate from all the other emails and maybe I could replace it with a sym link. However Apple’s storage of emails in ~/Library/Mail is complete gobbledygook and it didn’t look possible. Are there any creative ways to achieve this?

Can I keep an email folder on a remote drive and have it appear in Mail when I mount that drive?

All of my mac’s email is IMAP and kept on iCloud and I’m fine with that. However, I have an email hierarchy that I’d rather not keep locally on my machine or in the cloud and would prefer to keep it either on an external drive or in an encrypted dmg on my Mac. I moved that particular hierarchy into the “On My Mac” part of the Mail app to get it out of iCloud in the hopes that it’s contents would exist separate from all the other emails and maybe I could replace it with a sym link. However Apple’s storage of emails in ~/Library/Mail is complete gobbledygook and it didn’t look possible. Are there any creative ways to achieve this?

How to mount ISO BLURAY in Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS?

I have a seedbox running in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.5.2-armada375 armv7l). I am trying to mount an ISO Blu-ray Video Image for get the .m2ts files. Unfortunately, I am getting errors shown below. Does anyone have any idea how to solve this problem?

kdantas@mx7367723:~/rtorrent/download/A.Long.And.Lasting.Love.Vivian.Chow.Live.2018.Blu-ray.1080p.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1$ sudo mount -o loop -t iso9660 “A LONG AND LASTING LOVE D1.iso” /media/iso mount: /media/iso: mount failed: Unknown error -1

kdantas@mx7367723:~/rtorrent/download/A.Long.And.Lasting.Love.Vivian.Chow.Live.2018.Blu-ray.1080p.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1$ sudo mount -o loop -t iso-9660 “A LONG AND LASTING LOVE D1.iso” /media/iso mount: /media/iso: mount failed: Unknown error -1

kdantas@mx7367723:~/rtorrent/download/A.Long.And.Lasting.Love.Vivian.Chow.Live.2018.Blu-ray.1080p.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1$ sudo mount -o loop -t udf “A LONG AND LASTING LOVE D1.iso” /media/iso mount: /media/iso: mount failed: Unknown error -1

kdantas@mx7367723:~/rtorrent/download/A.Long.And.Lasting.Love.Vivian.Chow.Live.2018.Blu-ray.1080p.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1$ sudo mount -o loop -t udf,iso13346 “A LONG AND LASTING LOVE D1.iso” /media/iso mount: /media/iso: mount failed: Unknown error -1

kdantas@mx7367723:~/rtorrent/downloadA.Long.And.Lasting.Love.Vivian.Chow.Live.2018.Blu-ray.1080p.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1$ sudo mount -t auto -o loop “A LONG AND LASTING LOVE D1.iso” /media/iso mount: /media/iso: mount failed: Unknown error -1

Disk has multiple partitions but Disk Utility can only mount first one

View from Disk Utility: Disk Utility screenshot

Output of diskutil (for this disk only):

/dev/disk6 (external, physical):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:     FDisk_partition_scheme                        *80.0 GB    disk6    1:               Windows_NTFS                         34.9 GB    disk6s1    2:                      Linux                         10.7 GB    disk6s5    3:                 Linux_Swap                         2.1 GB     disk6s6    4:                      Linux                         32.2 GB    disk6s7 

The first NTFS partition, “–“, mounts just fine as read-only. But I can’t get to either of the Linux partitions. I’ve tried mount, diskutil mount, and diskutil mount readOnly, but but they all result in

Volume on disk6s5 failed to mount If the volume is damaged, try the "readOnly" option If the volume is an APFS Volume, try the "diskutil apfs unlockVolume" verb 

Also tried diskutil apfs unlockVolume, but it’s not an APFS volume. Any ideas? Using macOS Sierra 10.12.6.

How to mount USB3.0-Camera?

I am new to Ubuntu and I want to work with OpenCV on my USB-3.0 Camera. I have the problem, that Ubuntu doesnt see it as an camera? The output from lshw is in my attached picture. Is it right, that ubuntu see it wrong? How can i mount it correctly? Thanks in advance

lshw-Output

lsusb

lsusb-output: Bus 004 Device 002: ID 2560:cld1

How to mount system.img on android (or linux)?

I wanna modify some files in my system partition of phone. It’s ext4. I plan to flash it later to my phone. I tried:

mount -w -t ext4 -o loop /storage/sdcard1/system.img /mnt/njz 

and got this:

open backing file failed: Permission denied

Also phone is rooted, and shell says it’s root. I also tried using su command before that command. Also tried adding additional options after “loop”, like

nosuid,nodev,default_permissions,user_id=0,group_id=0,gid=0,uid=0 

Why no permissions? also tried file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777, and still same result.

I tried mounting this on linux (tinycorelinux), and no problems. I used:
sudo mount -t ext4 -o loop system.img /mnt/
In that case, my system.img was mounted from ntfs partition.