NTFS not supported by kernel
I recently installed h3knix 1.7.8, a newly developed distro, and, after two hours of tries, and 2 installations, I managed to compile the kernel, and get X up and running.
But that's not my problem.
My problem is that, although my windoze partitions are fine and healthy (meaning, I can boot with windoze normally from GRUB), I cannot mount them to /mnt. I do mkdir /mnt/hda1 in order to create a folder to which I will mount /dev/hda1, and then I do mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1. I get the following error:
mount:fs type ntfs not supported by kernel
Someone told me to recompile the kernel, but I don't know where to go and what options to check/uncheck in order to make it work. Besides, he told me some options, but they were for read-only support. What about read-write support on both NTFS and FAT32/16 ?
Thanks for your help. Looking forward to seeing your replies, everyone!