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I need NTFS write access, and thinking that the method I want to use is to install the Captive package. http://www.jankratochvil.net/project/captive/ Im a bit new to linux, and still learning ...
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    installing Captive


    I need NTFS write access, and thinking that the method I want to use is to install the Captive package.
    http://www.jankratochvil.net/project/captive/
    Im a bit new to linux, and still learning the ins and outs of it. Could someone help me through the installation?
    Thanks
    Jere

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    download the rpm
    use urpmi to install it
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    A further tutorial on installing by jason lambert : http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/topic-19957.html

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    to have ntfs write support make sure you have a kernel 2.6.x and above and when compiling it don't forget to enable the module in filesystems section (when typing make menuconfig or make xconfig).
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    Thanks

    Thanks, everything worked out-
    Jere

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