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Fan. Tastic. For anyone else wondering, here is what worked: sudo apt-get install gparted sudo gparted Ensure that you've selected the right drive in the upper right corner of gparted. Device > Create Partition table. Select gpt (msdos did not work as the link provided by Terrance suggests) and then click Apply. Partition > New. Give it a name. Click Add. ...


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You need to install sshfs before you go further. sudo apt-get install sshfs Now, you should test that everything is working correctly. You should try mounting your server with. sshfs -o idmap=user $me@server:/ /mnt/review/dori If that works, unmount the directory with fusermount -u /mnt/review/dori The use the second line you posted about from ...


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Answer from OP: Solved by letting fsck run for about an hour of random output. I thought it might be glitched out but it was doing its job properly. Imagine my excitement when it completed and all my files were back :)


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The system is asking you to mount it as read only and so we will do that as a temporary fix: sudo mount -t "ntfs" -ro "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=1000,gid=1000,dmask=0077,fmask=0177" "/dev/sda2" "/media/shadispire/1AC27B5FC27B3E57" So the drive is currently mounted as read-only, so you can't make any changes. If you want it to be writable, you ...


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Your problem is that you did not shutdown windows fully. It is in fast boot mode so the filesystem is not released. Boot back to windows and shut it down over command prompt (admin mode): shutdown -s -t 00 This will shutdown windows completely making it possible to mount the windows partition. or use the GUI supported solution: You can also shutdown ...



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