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hi guys, im trying to mount a drive and having troubles with the console version of this app, i would much prefer a GUI tool for it. i tried google but couldnt seem to find anythign like it so if anyone knows one it would help me heaps....thanks
I cant seem to get an NTFS partition to mount on my external HDD
i have a 80 gig in my laptop and 120 gig external
laptop hs 40 gig NTFS and 40 gig EXT3 and they auto mounted with my mandrake 10 install fine
external has 100gig NTFS and 20gig fat32 the fat32 auto mounted fine with the setup as well it just wont display the contents of the NTFS partition on /sda1
its tried to mount it and there is a folder for it in the /mnt folder it just shows nothing though??
i m not very sure about this but you can check it out. Last time, enabling write ability to NTFS partition was still experimental and considered dangerous to enable. Perhaps the write ability is not enabled in your kernel?