Unable to access file from shared disk on windows vista pc.

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Hi,

I upgraded from 8 to 9.1 today. I am running new Fedora OS. I go to access files between my Windows computer and Fedora computer.

One is on Windows is for 32bit (x64) and Fedora on 64bit. I installed Samba and Nautilus.

Help.

 

Error:

Unable to mount UDF Volume
DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Did not
receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote
application did not send a reply, the message bus
security policy blocked the reply. the reply timeout
expired, or the network connection was s broken

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Unable to access file from shared disk on windows vista pc.

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Hi,

This problem is mostly seen in Ubuntu or Linux versions. It’s new for Windows versions such as Vista.

I do not know what happened there. If there is a reader format named "UDF" is available for your Windows Vista systems then just go to "Google" and search to find something.

You can visit the Microsoft website for finding something helpful. Here I am giving the location of this website.

There is a big description on Vista. You will find something from here:

Or you can try to find your solution from a tutorial on Vista DVD.

It is very helpful.

 

 

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Unable to access file from shared disk on windows vista pc.

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Hello Ross,

Here are several methods which are worth trying, to overcome this issue.

  • Specify the type during a manual mount. Use this: sudo mount -t udf/dev/cdrom/media/cdrom0.

It may work.

  • Or mount the DVD straight away using /dev/dvd in an Ubuntu console. This will fix the problem
  • Another similar method. Use this in a console:
  • sudo mount -t iso9660,udf /dev/xxx/yyy/zzz

Where xxx = your DVD (you can check that: System > Administration > Disk Utility), /yyy/zzz = the location where you want those files to be mounted

Even try to re-install the system from scratch. There's a possibility of solving this. 

Hope you find them useful. All the best.

 

 

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