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redhat doesnt support ntfs partion?

Discussion in 'Open Source' started by rajesh_nk22, Jan 27, 2006.

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  1. rajesh_nk22

    rajesh_nk22 New Member

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    i have dual boot redhat 9 and windows xp on my system with 4 partitions on hard disk,

    1. ext3
    2. linux swap
    3. fat32
    4. ntfs

    when i boot in linux , I have cud mount fat32 but i fail to mount ntfs

    i give this command to mount

    mount /dev/hdb4 /mnt/otherpartitions

    system gives error message

    fc culdnt find ntfs sytem on this kernel

    linux red hat doesnt support ntfs????
     
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    desertwind New Member

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    you should install kernel module supporting ntfs partition for that. Download and install kernel-module-ntfs-<kernelversion>. It is very important that you should download the exact package matching your kernel.

    writing to ntfs is experimental, though.
     
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    theKonqueror CCIE# 20863

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    Alternatively, you can compile ur own kernel with NTFS support....
     
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