#StackBounty: #linux #partitioning #mount #ntfs Why ntfsusermap can't map all ntfs partition in my os?

Bounty: 300

sda4 and sda5 are all ntfs partition.

sudo blkid |grep ntfs
/dev/sda4: UUID="0042E54842E54350" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="9f1dac15-dcb3-11ea-8492-d66553422507"
/dev/sda5: UUID="C0FC6E55FC6E462E" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="1bb1cb5a-4418-41ce-8210-827072f17a47"

I can mount /dev/sda4.

sudo ntfsusermap /dev/sda4

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Now start to mount /dev/sda5:

sudo ntfsusermap /dev/sda5

The output info:

This tool will help you to build a mapping of Windows users
to Linux users.
Be prepared to give Linux user id (uid) and group id (gid)
for owners of files which will be selected.
"/dev/sda5" opened

* Scanning "/dev/sda5" (two levels)
* Search for "Documents and Settings" and "Users"
* Search for other directories /
"/dev/sda5" closed

It can’t pop up User and Group to let me type in,why ntfsusermap can’t map all ntfs partition in my os?


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