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    cant use the fdisk command


    when i use the fdisk command it giving the error as "command not found ". what could i do ... plz help me out in this matter .. and i cannot mount the partition also ..plz help me out

    thanx in advance

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    Hi and Welcome !

    which distro do you have?

    you must have root privileges to execute fdisk command.
    gain root privileges using 'su -' or sudo.
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    thanx

    ya thanx for the reply ...but i used the /sbin/fdisk command it works .. I again thank u for replying.I have one more question to ask .Cant we mount the ntfs partition in the linux?

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    it depends on which Linux distro you have. Fedora ( core 1 -6 ) doesn't support NTFS and you have to install kmod-ntfs or ntfs-3g. Fedora 7 supports NTFS read/write out of box,
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