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18 Sep 2006
At some point in time my Netfront stopped opening its Tab/icon at the bottom of the screen when using it. So if I switch programs I cant get back to it. If i "ps -A" it shows up as still running, but i have no way to get back. This also occurs with the bluetooth-gui application

I am wondering if

1. Has anyone else encountered a similar problem
2. If anyone has any solutions, or ideas that might help

By the way I am running cacko 1.23 on a C3100

Thank you in advance
27 Jun 2006
First off I would like to apologize if there is already a post on this, i am pretty sure I have scanned through majority of this forum in search of a beta 4/ntfs topic but if i have missed one I apologize.

Basically i wanna know if anyone has had anyluck mounting an ntfs drive.

I have a partitioned drive

adding my info to fstab /dev/sda6, which is fat, is automounted on startup

but my /dev/sda5 which is ntfs is not
when i try to manually mount by typing

mount /dev/sda5
mount: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs'

I tried installing (which are actually Cacko i think, but hell figured might as well try):

kernel-modules-ntfs-2.4.18_arm5vtel.ipk
ntfs-zaurus_2.4.20_arm.ipk

but to no avail. Any ideas?
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