I have a MyBook WE 1tb 1st edition, with ssh enabled and transmission 1.5.0 installed, and that's about it. No other mods or hacks. I had to reboot my MB today, and upon trying to connect again (via my Macbook Pro), I got the message
"Could not mount PUBLIC"
I tried connecting using Mionet on my windows system. The drive connected, but everything had been wiped clean, the PUBLIC share was no longer there. Now, I realize I was kinda stupid not looking for it then, but I didn't notice how much HD space I had left at that point.
Anyway, I tried SSHing into the MyBook, cd'ed to the /shares/internal directory, and no, there was no PUBLIC folder. Actually there weren't any folders at all. I opened the Shared Storage Manager (at my HD's ip address that is) and created a new share. I could now connect via my mac, it showed up via mionet on windows, and of course, it showed up while SSHing into the HD. I started a download in transmission, let it download for a while, then checked on it later. Got the error:
No space left on drive
Opened the share in Explorer on my windows comp, and turns out it only has a capacity of 2,75GB!
I tried doing a df -h in ssh, and this is the output:
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 2.8G 2.8G 0 100% / /dev/root 2.8G 2.8G 0 100% / /dev/md3 950M 152M 751M 17% /var
Isn't there supposed to be another filesystem listed?
Or, I guess the real question is, where the f*** is the rest of my HD space?? Any ideas at all will be greatly appreciated!