Running everything in Linux with Wine

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Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby bitje » Wed Sep 02, 2009 5:21 pm

Hi,

I love everything, I converted all my FAT32 data drives (USB or fixed) to NTFS just to make use of everything.
I use Linux a lot and I want to be able to search my NTFS drives with Everything.
Everything installs without a hitch under Linux (Ubuntu) using Wine (Wine is a layer that allows you to run Windows programs under Linux).
I can run the application without problems too, BUT when I go to options and click "Enable USN Journal logging" and click on 'Apply' I get this error:
"Unable to create USN journal on volume \\.\C:"

I think it should be not that hard to run Everything under Wine in Linux, but I need some support :)

Thanks a lot.

this is the log:

9/2/2009 7:15:17 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\X:

9/2/2009 7:15:17 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\Y:

9/2/2009 7:15:17 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\Z:

9/2/2009 7:16:50 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: .\src\db.cpp(18175): db::_query_usn_journal(): DeviceIoControl(hcj,FSCTL_QUERY_USN_JOURNAL,0,0,usnjd,sizeof(USN_JOURNAL_DATA),&cb,0): 50: Failed to query USN Journal.

9/2/2009 7:16:50 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\X:

9/2/2009 7:16:50 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\Y:

9/2/2009 7:16:50 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: d:\dev\everything\src\mu.h(534): mu::OpenVolume(): CreateFileW(): GetLastError(): 5: Failed to open volume \\.\Z:

9/2/2009 7:16:50 PM: Everything 1.2.1.371: .\src\db.cpp(17912): db::_create_usn_journal(): DeviceIoControl(hcj,FSCTL_CREATE_USN_JOURNAL,&cujd,sizeof(cujd),0,0,&cb,0): 50: Failed to create USN Journal.
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby David » Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:59 am

Error 50 means unsupported.

I am guessing the USN Journal is not implemented with the default NTFS driver for WINE..?
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby bitje » Thu Sep 03, 2009 9:27 am

Hi David,

Thanks for your reply. :)

I have full read-write access to the NTFS-volumes within Linux (Ubuntu 9.04), and also under wine (I can browse the ntfs filesystem in Everything too),
does that not mean that there is an "USN Journal"?

It would be wonderfull if this can run under wine.

Another thing,
Do you know if Ext3/Ext4 or other file systems have something like the USN Journal that allows immediate indexing (as Everything does with NTFS)?

Thanks!
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby Mokroplas » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:13 pm

Hi, I'm using Win XP home edition, but have the same experience with error to create USN journal on drive D, in my case its USB flash pen drive...
Can you help me?

Everything is very nice software product, but i can't use it for USB flash volume searching.

Thank for reply!
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby David » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:15 pm

From a command prompt what do the following commands report:
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fsutil fsinfo volumeinfo d:


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fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo d:


Where d: is the drive in question.
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby therube » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:00 pm

For whatever reason, the first command line will need a trailing \ character in order to work.

So:
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fsutil fsinfo volumeinfo d:\

The second command line gets away without it. (And actually fails if the \ is appended.)
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Re: Running everything in Linux with Wine

Postby Mokroplas » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:44 pm

Thanks!!!
Resolved!
USB drive formatted to NTFS solve this problem.
Have a nice day!!!

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