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New Setup Issues

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Platform (Eg., RPi, XU4, A64+, OVA): RPi
NEMS Linux version (eg., 1.4.1, 1.5): 1.5.1
NEMS Build number (eg., Build 2, Build 6): 1
... followed by the nature of your question / problem.

This is a brand new install followed by an update. After the update, under storage, I see this error: "Error loading modules: Error opening directory “/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/udisks2/modules”: No such file or directory  udisksd

Is this something I should be worried about? If so, what would be the best way to fix it? 

Secondly, I have a 2.5" SATA drive installed with my RPi. NEMS "sees" it, but it doesn't appear to be configured to use it. If I select it and try to "Create partition table",  (I want to re-partition it as it came from the factory with NTFS (that is what NEMS says)). So if I try to repartition it, or even just delete the partitions, I am told "Not authorized to perform operation". The account I am logged into NEMS with has the "Server Administrotor" role. Also, when I log in with it, I select the "Reuse my password for privileged tasks" options, and I see next to my account name in the upper-right corner of the screen that the current account is "Privileged". Thus my question is why can't I perform any disk operations while logged in with this account?

Thanks!
Jon
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#2
You will most likely need to log into the system over SSH in order to perform disk operations.
Once logged in using your NEMS username/password, you can then 'sudo su -' and establish a 'root' login (fully privileged).

From there following a tutorial like this one should allow you to partition, create file systems, and then mount those file systems into the appropriate directory structure.  Following a reboot, NEMS will automatically use the drive as it's been mounted into the filesystem transparently to NEMS itself.

https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/l-lpic1-104-1/

-Rob
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Thanks Rob, I will give that a shot. I just thought that it was odd that the tools to do it are within the NEMS web interface, but I don't have the authority to do it. I'll try what you suggested and see what happens.

Thanks,
Jon
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