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Old 01-20-2005, 12:52 PM   #1
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Accessing windows partition

i just want to know if there is a command to access another windows xp NTFS partition in debian.?

if so, how can i do it.?

i want to install driver from NTFS partition which i downloaded earlier

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mount -t ntfs /dev/<nt-partition> /<some>/<mountpoint>

man mount for details

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if you want to mount it automatically at boot, you can edit the /etc/fstab and put the drives you want to mount there


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