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Old 10-09-2011, 12:37 AM   #1
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How to acces (window's)NTFS partition from RHEL 6,???

I am using RHEL 6 in my system, and I have installed it in text mode, i.e. I haven't installed GUI mode (terminal) in it. And I want to acces window's( NTFS partitions from it) . How to do that please answer, I read a whole lot of threads in this forum, but couldn't find this query earlier. Please help..
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try searching google first

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