HDD; debian OS; orangepi; 2TB; (SCSI DISK) (WDC WD20 03FZEX-00SRLAO) ......................
I am trying to mount my 2TB WD hdd. as "mount rw, /dev/sda1 exthdd; mount -o rw /dev/sda1 /media. lsblk: disk recognized. DMESG | TAIL : couldn't mount RDWR b/c of unsupported optional features (400)
"Failed to mount "exthdd". Error mounting /dev/sda1 at media/username/exthdd: command line 'mount -t "ext4" -o uhelper=udisks 2,no dev,nosuid "/dev/sda1" "media/username/exthdd - exited with non-zero exit status32: ; "mount: wrong fstype, bad options, etc etc etc........other"
*****After reading the 'similar' article, I tried the following: "turn it off on an already created filesystem" "sudo tune2fs -O ^metadata_csum /dev/sdb1"
Did not work. The aforementioned article talks about an SD CARD, my media is a hdd.
Not able to mount either "ro,noexec" or "rw" on my desktop computer where the hdd was formatted. I was able to mount it to a laptop w/ ubuntu, but was not able to copy, paste, or create a folder as "permission denied". I think this hdd was specifically formatted to be solely used with my username for this desktop, debian OS, computer.
I see to format external media, do the following... You'll see where it says "chown" that it asks for my username. I'm wondering if I can do something to remove my username from the hdd (if it's on there) so it will work on other systems.....??????