Originally Posted by nikunjchaudhary
The Follwoing error comes when i use
# ntfsmount /dev/sdb5 /mnt/E
NOTE: If you had not scheduled check and last time accessed this volume
using ntfsmount and shutdown system properly, then init scripts in your
distribution are broken. Please report to your distribution developers
(NOT to us!) that init scripts kill ntfsmount or mount.ntfs-fuse during
shutdown instead of proper umount.
This means that the volume wasn't unmounted cleanly the last time it was mounted. This can happen for many reasons.
If this is a machine that you dual boot with Windows the problem could be that windows wasn't shut down cleanly the last time you used it. If it is not, then the problem could be a power outage or some problem in the shutdown (init) scripts as the message tells you.
I'd try searching in the CentOS forums (or whatever your distribution of choice is). If the init scripts are buggy someone else has to have noticed it for sure.