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EXT3 Mounting Problem with fuse-ext2

My fire-wire ext3 mounts fine read/write on OS-X 10.6.6. However, if I:
1. unmount:
diskutil unmount /dev/disk3s1
2. create a mount point:
mkdir -p /Volumes/Writable
3. mount it read/write:
fuse-ext2 -o rw+ /dev/disk3s1 /Volumes/Writable)
I get this error:
~/Documents/workspace $fuse-ext2 -o rw+ /dev/disk3s1 /Volumes/Writable
fuse-ext2: version:'0.0.7', fuse_version:'27' [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:324)]
fuse-ext2: enter [do_probe (../../fuse-ext2/do_probe.c:30)]
fuse-ext2: leave [do_probe (../../fuse-ext2/do_probe.c:55)]
fuse-ext2: opts.device: /dev/disk3s1 [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:351)]
fuse-ext2: opts.mnt_point: /Volumes/Writable [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:352)]
fuse-ext2: opts.volname: [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:353)]
fuse-ext2: opts.options: rw+ [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:354)]
fuse-ext2: parsed_options: rw,allow_other,local,noappledouble,fsname=/dev/disk3s1,fstypename=ext2,volname=disk3s1 [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:355)]
fuse-ext2: mounting read-write [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:369)]
~/Documents/workspace $mount_fusefs: failed to mount /Volumes/Writable@/dev/fuse1: Socket is not connected

Is there a step I am missing?

Tue, 01 Feb 2011 21:44:43 +0000

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