I'm trying to get ntfs-3g working on my new linux box. I've installed suse 10.1 about a month ago and still learning the ropes.
After DL'ing and installing ntfs-3g (and all Dependencies) i tried to 'umount' my hdb1 (ntfs partition, about 100GB) Next I tried:
# ntfs-3g /dev/hdb1 /d
(/d exists) but I get an error similar to "volume is dirty. Run chkdsk"
I have scoured the web in search of a linux-equiv to 'chkdsk' with no results. I don't have windows, either.
I've tried running xfs_repair (as I saw in a post on another board), and ntfsfix and fsck. They all but solve the problem. I'm really stuck, and I really need the data on the partition intact. Any thoughts?