NTFS support is still in the experimental stages so generally you'll
have to compile the module yourself ...
Read-only mounting works fine at the moment, but while there are reports of
RW being stable it isn't recommended if you want to use NT again ! (Why
would you some will ask !)
You might want to try adding a " -t ntfs " option to your mount command,
this might work if the module is included ...
> -----Original Message-----
> Hi all,
> I have a question about disk and partition mounting, I want to mount a
> windows NT partition in linux, but the mount command does not recognise
> the file system NTFS. is it possible to mount NTFS partitions in linux?
> Stuart Hughes
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