Don’t know the correct section for this so here is probably ok.
I have an external disk as exFAT. Added it to fstab to mount at system startup and chose exFAT as format. The problem is that I get this:
Using sudo mount -a
unknown filesystem type 'exFAT'.
dmesg(1) may have more information after failed mount system call.
Trying opening in Dolphin
An error occurred while accessing '931,5 GiB Internal Drive (sda1)', the system responded: The requested operation has failed: Error mounting system-managed device /dev/sda1: Filesystem type (null) not configured in kernel.
Not configured in kernel? What does it mean? I never touched this and looks easy to mess it up. Besides I don’t know what it wants me to add and where because I never touched it before.
exfatprogs is installed and the disk can be mounted, but only after removing it from fstab. I don’t know why, but I need it to be exFAT.
Uh, oh. It seems I don’t have any ownership to this folder. I gave me permissions when creating the linked folder but I can’t move anything without sudo mv. I don’t have any ownership over the files, either.