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Hello folks, i am having problems locating my ntfs volume on using the fdisk -l command.I have installed my kernel's ntfs rpm and the cat /proc/filesystems command confirms that however ...
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    NTFS mount problems in Fedora Core 4


    Hello folks,
    i am having problems locating my ntfs volume on using the fdisk -l command.I have installed my kernel's ntfs rpm and the cat /proc/filesystems command confirms that however i am not able to locate the volume.

    Could you help me out please?

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    i am having problems locating my ntfs volume on using the fdisk -l command.
    Fedora doesn't support NTFS out of box but it should detect NTFS partition. fdisk -l command should display it.
    whats the outout of cat /proc/filesystem.
    post the output of fdisk -l command too.
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    fdisk -l shows the following;

    Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
    /dev/sda1 * 1 35 281106 83 Linux
    /dev/sda2 36 3899 31037580 83 Linux
    /dev/sda3 3900 4420 4184932+ 82 Linux swap / Solaris


    cat /proc/filesysystems also shows this;

    nodev sysfs
    nodev rootfs
    nodev bdev
    nodev proc
    nodev cpuset
    nodev sockfs
    nodev binfmt_misc
    nodev debugfs
    nodev securityfs
    nodev usbfs
    nodev pipefs
    nodev futexfs
    nodev tmpfs
    nodev inotifyfs
    nodev eventpollfs
    nodev devpts
    ext2
    nodev ramfs
    nodev hugetlbfs
    iso9660
    nodev mqueue
    ext3
    ntfs

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    fdisk is showing only three partitions. are you sure that you have create NTFS partition too? how did you create NTFS partition?
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    I have figured it out,devil's casper

    Thanks man.

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