On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, cout at eircom.net wrote:
> > The kernel's NTFS driver can do R/W, but it's considered somewhat
> > experimental and hazardous to your data, and thus is disabled by
> > default.
> So I am wrong, so if linux can write to ntfs, I should be able mount the XP partition in such a way as the Mandrake Diskdrake can resize the partition.
It's not necessarily a question of being able to mount it read-write.
Linux can mount FAT32 read-write, but that doesn't mean it can resize the
partitions. You need FIPS or partition magic for that.
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