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    yea rpm -ivh rpm_file

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    What next ?

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    Now in /dev shown empty folder named partiton with is in linux HD, but I cant see files still. Also there is no onther HD folders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    ... Where it gets complicated is if you want to write TO an NTFS partition from within MS Windows.
    Yeah, never do this. Always stick to ext3...
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    So anyone know what I did wrong ?

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