I have an external hard drive that is hooked up via USB. Its the secondary drive I use for Win XP so its NTFS.
I can mount this drive no problem and see everything in it; however, when i try to navigate into the directorys in the shell, I can't get into the ones that have spaces because from my knowledge, Linux doesn't like them at all. I tried to replace the spaces with underscores but that didn't work either.
Is there a special character I need to use similar to %20 for urls?