I guess I should have provided a little more detail on my setup:
I'm running SuSE 8.0 on /dev/hdd3, with swap on /dev/hdd2. /dev/hdd1 contains a FAT32 partition that I can mount fine, but it's only 4GB. My first disk (/dev/hdb) contains one primary partition, hosting Windows XP, and an extended partition containing three logical NTFS partitions. I can currently mount the primary partition by specifying "-t ntfs", but I get an error when trying to mount the logical drives (I'm working in XP at the moment, so I don't recall the exact message).
At any rate, I'd like to be able to mount the logical drives in that extended partition. Otherwise, I've got 60GB of data that I need to move somewhere, and I don't have enough space on my other system to host it while I reformat.
Last edited by Mystakill; 05-16-2002 at 06:24 PM.