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Old 02-19-2007, 09:01 AM   #1
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Hello friends,

I am a newbie to linux. I have been learning in my own. Could I access NTFS partition in Redhat Enterprise Linux.If yes,which package should I install. And one more where could i find the installed path.I have another problem in extracting the file format .tar.tar. Please reply as soon as possible.
Old 02-19-2007, 04:51 PM   #2
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Srisci87 - I have moved your thread out of News and into Linux-Newbie as it is clearly not a news story. I have also given it a meaningful title - please don't use "Please Help" as a title, it tells your fellow members nothing about your problem.
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Which version of Enterprise?

Try mounting the NTFS drive--everything may be there:
mkdir /mnt/win
mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/win
cd /mnt/win

Above assumes that Windows is on the first partition of the first IDE/PATA drive. If SATA or SCSI, change the "h" to an "s".
If not on 1st drive/partition, change numbers/letters as required.
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The Linux NTFS project has the packages you need. Take a look in the Redhat/Fedora section and choose the rpms for your version of RHEL that match the kernel you are running.


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