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i am running Suse 9.2
i just updated to KDE 3.4 level b. I have two hard disks, one Linux and the other is windows on a dual boot. Before i update my KDE, i used to see my windows hard disk as "/windows/C". After i updated, i can't see it anymore, i can load windows without any problem, and windows can see the linux drive but can't read it "i understand this" but i could read my windows before i update from KDE 3.3 to KDE 3.4
I am assuming that i might need to install one packege to read the NT drive from Yast. if this is true, what is the packege name ??
/windows/C/ is right for this fstab. If you want to be "correct" the changing the fstab entry to read /mnt/windows/C/ and creating /mnt/windows/C/ would be the way to go. It's your hard drive. Do whichever you want.