I’ve been hacking at this a few days now, and just can’t get it to work.
I need a script that:
- Starts an appVm.
- Attaches the partition of an external hard drive to the appVm.
- And then mounts the partition in the appVm.
…Should be simple, but what I can’t get to work is the mount part.
When I manually mount the drive in the appVm using Nautilus file explorer, it mounts.
When I try to mount it using a script from Dom0, it doesn’t throw an error, yet, the script still can’t access files on the USB partition.
Anyone know what’s wrong with this mount code?
qvm-run appVm sudo mount /dev/mapper/sda2 /media/user/usb2 # alternate versions tried. qvm-run appVm sudo mount -a #(then placing an entry in fstab for the drive in question). qvm-run appVm sudo mount -U 53G1-3223 # (UUID of device)
In each case, I don’t get any errors in terminal. But when the script tries to access files on the USB it can’t access them.
What might I be doing wrong with the mount code?