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I have a seperate Hard Drive from my linux one. It is a 60 gigabyte NTFS drive with tons and I mean TONS of files and programs that I salvaged ...
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    Need to mount a NTFS hard disk on SuSE 8.0


    I have a seperate Hard Drive from my linux one. It is a 60 gigabyte NTFS drive with tons and I mean TONS of files and programs that I salvaged when my windows system failed. Linux is now my only operating system but those files on my ntfs hard drive are very valuable to me. Linux detects the drive as hdb. so how might I go about mounting it so I can again access those files?

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    mount -t ntfs.

    For example

    Code:
    mount -t ntfs /dev/hdb1 /mnt/windows
    Make sure that /mnt/windows is a valid directory on your linuxfilesystem.

    Regards

    Regards

    Andutt

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