Mounting root filesystem with qemu-nbd: Problem at shutdown

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Mounting root filesystem with qemu-nbd: Problem at shutdown

Postby badaruru0207 » 2017-03-12 22:32

I'm using ntfs-3g and qemu-nbd to mount my root filesystem. How to make them to be killed on shutdown after the root filesystem is unmounted cleanly?
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Re: Mounting root filesystem with qemu-nbd: Problem at shutd

Postby pcalvert » 2017-03-13 02:13

badaruru0207 wrote:I'm using ntfs-3g and qemu-nbd to mount my root filesystem.
Why?

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Re: Mounting root filesystem with qemu-nbd: Problem at shutd

Postby badaruru0207 » 2017-03-13 03:14

I don't want Windows to mess with my Debian partition
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