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Old 05-09-2009, 04:17 PM   #1
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NTFS File system support under RedHat Linux 5


I installed RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 on my Laptop. I have also Windows XP SP2 installed on my system. I am using a dual boot configuration. I have NTFS file partitions in my Hard Disk. I want to access these NTFS file partitions under my RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.

I tried to install ntfs-3g source file. I compiled from the source file and it is successfuly installed. When I try to mount ntfs file partition it is showing that

Fatal Error: Mod Fuse not found like that...

I want to know whether I want to install Fuse source file and compile or the Fuse support is already inbuilt with the Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 kernel ( - xen).


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Old 05-09-2009, 06:15 PM   #2
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call your paid for tech support -- or -- install the " CentOS5.3" repos on the unsupported( and not updated) "free" RHEL5.?


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