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Old 02-08-2005, 01:18 PM   #1
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ntfs support in fedora core 3

hallo i recently installed fedora core 3 on my pc which also has windows
now fedora dosent come with ntfs support as far as i know

i had the same problem when i used my fedora core 2 so i requmpaild my kernal and added
ntfs support but last time the only place i could use it was when i was loged as root user
how do i recompile in a way it will work for all users?
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To allow all users access is accomplished via /etc/fstab


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