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    Mounting NTFS drives


    I can easily mount my FAT32 drives in RH9 but can't mount NTFS drives. Is there any terminal command to mount NTFS drives?

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    Re: Mounting NTFS drives

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberwizguy
    I can easily mount my FAT32 drives in RH9 but can't mount NTFS drives. Is there any terminal command to mount NTFS drives?
    AFAIK, you can mount NTFS drives, but they'll be read-only. Do it the same way you'd mount any other drive except add the -ntfs option.

    Code:
    mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1
    Naturally change "/dev/hda1" to whatever the appropriate partition is on your system.
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    Try this link...linux-ntfs.sf.net

    Download rpm for ur kernel...u can check ur kernel version
    by using the command :
    uname -r

    I hope it will solve ur problem...read the instructions on the website for successful implimentation

    Regards
    Dreamweaver

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