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Code: [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]# ntfsmount /dev/sda1 /mnt/ext_hd/ fuse: 'fuseblk' support missing fuse_mount failed. Unmounting /dev/sda1 (New Volume) [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]# fuse is installed (I think) by the output of this: Code: [root@tristan ...
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  1. #1
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    Can't mount ntfs drive for read/write


    Code:
    [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]# ntfsmount /dev/sda1 /mnt/ext_hd/
    fuse: 'fuseblk' support missing
    fuse_mount failed.
    Unmounting /dev/sda1 (New Volume)
    [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]#
    fuse is installed (I think) by the output of this:
    Code:
    [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]# cat /proc/filesystems
    nodev   sysfs
    nodev   rootfs
    nodev   bdev
    nodev   proc
    nodev   binfmt_misc
    nodev   debugfs
    nodev   securityfs
    nodev   sockfs
    nodev   usbfs
    nodev   pipefs
    nodev   futexfs
    nodev   tmpfs
    nodev   inotifyfs
    nodev   eventpollfs
    nodev   devpts
            ext2
    nodev   ramfs
    nodev   hugetlbfs
            iso9660
    nodev   mqueue
            ext3
    nodev   rpc_pipefs
    nodev   autofs
    nodev   fuse
    I've even tried
    Code:
    [root@tristan ntfsprogs-2.0.0]# mount -t fuse.ntfs /dev/sda1 /mnt/ext_hd/
    fuse: 'fuseblk' support missing
    fuse_mount failed.
    Unmounting /dev/sda1 (New Volume)
    with the same error. Any ideas?

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    Hi tristanlee85,

    You may need to provided fdisk -l information for a more detailed answer to your question, but see below for an example of the command:

    I believe the command is :

    # mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows

    Above depends partition to be mounted & where it should be mounted too.

    I hope this is of help.

    Jnike

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    Hi tristanlee85,

    For a more helpful pointer see links below;


    start [www.linux-ntfs.org]

    NTFS-3G: Stable Read/Write NTFS Driver

    I hope this is of help

    Jnike

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    Just install the ntfs-3g drivers by logging in as root and in terminal type :
    yum install ntfs-3g

    and then to mount the system in the following manner:
    mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/partition_name absolute_path _of_folder_to_mount_in

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    Hei

    make a DIR eg. mnt/C_drive

    now in terminal type "mount -t ntfs /mnt/c_drive /dev/location"

    Enjoy linux!!

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