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I have a dual boot Windows XP / Linux Mandrake 9.1 system
Linux won't write or copy files (it will read ok) to my /mnt/win_d2/ ("E" Drive on second Hard drive in Windows). Will linux not write to NTFS partition or do I need to setup some permisions. If so how
I know I have seen cases where the partition table is changed, and what was hda5 becomes hda7 or something like that. I had a similar situation a while back (after a Win2k reinstall - somehow I don't seem to miss those AT ALL), and I just had to play around with fstab until I found the correct partition.
Originally posted by slightcrazed I know I have seen cases where the partition table is changed, and what was hda5 becomes hda7 or something like that. I had a similar situation a while back (after a Win2k reinstall - somehow I don't seem to miss those AT ALL), and I just had to play around with fstab until I found the correct partition.
Why play around with a guessing game when you can just do a : fdisk -l to find the listed partition that way....