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i know this is probably a VERY commonly asked question... but can kanotix write/read from a FAT 32 or NTFS drive? Also, does kanotix save its settings on the hard ...
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    writing to disk


    i know this is probably a VERY commonly asked question... but can kanotix write/read from a FAT 32 or NTFS drive? Also, does kanotix save its settings on the hard drive?
    I know kanotix isn't knoppix, but kanotix IS based on knoppix. So... just a question.

    Brian

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    Most modern kernels can write to a FAT32 out of the box, but NTFS is another story... But I'm sure that a LiveCD distribution will have NTFS rw turned on.
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    there is a package named captive that allows you to rw to NTFShttp://www.jankratochvil.net/project/captive/
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    Optim man HD install, be-ROOT, multi-boot NTFS-write


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