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    Which Kernel Supports NTFS???

    aloha, i have a 20g ntfs in external enclosure and would love to access all my files. I used code

    /dev/sda /mnt/20g ntfs users,owner,ro,umask=000 0 0

    but when I...

    mount -a

    It said this kernel doesn't support it I'm running a Fedora core 1 I got from the book "Linux for Non-Geeks". How can I aquire the ability to use my ntfs????

    THanks for the replys...

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    Linux Guru dylunio's Avatar
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    The newest kernel (2.6.11) supports reading and writing to ntfs. You can check out this project for ntfs with FC1 without kenel updates.
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