Depending on how your machine is set up, you might just be able to get an NTFS module off of linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net for your fedora kernel. I.E. if you have windows on your first partition, and fedora on your second. basically, if this is the case, all you should need to do is get th NTFS module for 2.4.22-ntrl.rpm or whatever the kernel is (you can type "uname -r" to get that) install it and make sure it is being used as a module for your system by typing "lsmod." if ntfs shows up your golden, it means you can now mount NTFS volumes.
to mount an NTFS volume:
0. Make sure you are root. if you are logged in as a user, from the command line you can type "su" to switch user. or "su (user)" to switch to a different user.
1. Create a mount directory for it. for example /mnt/windows.
2. change the permissions of that directory.
"chmod a+rw /mnt/windows"
3. Mount the partition to that directory.
"mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows"
4. change directory to that directory.
if you downloaded the wrong module, then it will give you an error that says "NTFS not supported by kernel." that means you have to get the other module.
hope this helps ya out...