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[root@Alpo-Computer Alpo]# yum install ntfsprogs
Loaded plugins: product-id, refresh-packagekit, subscription-manager
Updating Red Hat repositories.
Setting up Install Process
Nothing to do
Awesome. Thanks for all the info. NTFSProgs didn't work with the repos, btu ntfs-3g worked like a charm.
So, here's another question: RHEL 6.1 includes only a few *-devel packages. As you can imagine, I sometimes get dependency nightmares especially when I want to compile a program. How can I make the pain go away?
Awesome. Unfortunately, I've been working with RHN to get my subscription working; I'm assuming this affects my ability to subscribe to the proper package channels? If so, will I have to depend on RPMforge and/or EPEL for RPMs?
That's the problem - I've registered the system, reinstalled RHEL 6, emailed customer support and they elevated it twice. It's now with the RHN engineers as opposed to normal tech/customer support. No one can seem to solve the issue.