After opkg install block-mount(the newest), there is a option Mount Points in System menu in LuCI.
In Mount Points page, I have configured a mount point for my second strong.
Then I clicked Save & Apply,there is a error message:
/usr/lib/lua/luci/util.lua:623: Unable to establish ubus connection stack traceback: [C]: in
function 'assert' /usr/lib/lua/luci/util.lua:623: in function 'ubus'
/usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:347: in function 'dispatch' /usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:141:
If I access 10.0.0.1(my router is on it), it is also a error:
/usr/lib/lua/luci/util.lua:623: Unable to establish ubus connection stack traceback:
[C]: in function 'assert'
/usr/lib/lua/luci/util.lua:623: in function 'ubus'
/usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:347: in function 'dispatch'
/usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:141: in function </usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:140>
Then I tried df, but there is noting and said df: /proc/mounts: No such file or directory.
If fdisk, it is fdisk: cannot open /proc/partitions: No such file or directory.
After reboot ,system,luci,fdisk or df would be ok, but not Mount Points.
Can you tell my what's wrong with my system and how to fix it?
It sounds like you might need some more packages/modules installed, here are two links that you can read that should help you, but for now installing these might get you started -
You also need modules for the file system of your drive (you only need the one you use) -
ntfs-3g (for writable ntfs)
e2fsprogs (for kmod-fs-ext4)
Reboot after installation and see if you can then mount
The only problem I've ever had with mounting ext4 has been perms, you might try setting your drive to 777 just temporarily to see if that allows you to mount, then try different perms until you get as secure as you can with it still working. You also might try the guide by @richb-hanover linked above, keep in mind that will erase your drive though.
I've never been able to mount ntfs through normal Mount Points in Luci, I've always had to use this in Startup (Luci>System>Startup) and mount at boot -
Also, if your device has two USB ports, try removing one drive and just mounting one drive at a time, I've had problems mounting two drives at the same time, after a setting or reboot the drives will occasionally switch, meaning if Drive A is /dev/sda1 and Drive B is /dev/sda2, a setting or reboot will sometimes reverse that making Drive A /dev/sda2 and Drive B /dev/sda1.
I might be misunderstanding, but mounted ntfs drive won't show up in Luci>System>Mount Points>Mount Points, it will show right above in Luci>System>Mount Points>Mounted File Systems.
edit - also, when a drive is first connected it will automatically get entered into Luci>System>Mount Points>Mount Points which causes problems with ntfs, you can click Delete next to the entry and then Save and Apply so your own mount point will be used, you'll probably have to do that each time you connect a ntfs drive.