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Old 03-20-2004, 10:01 PM   #1
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Accessing NTFS DISKS

hi all,
as my name implies, i am quite the. running linux is a bit of a culture shock but an exciting one. i've been using computers for a while now but am sone what blinkered by windows.
my system has 5 hard drives, one contains the windows os, one contains the linux red hat installation, the other three are used for various types of storage. all the drives except the linux drive are ntfs volumes. my problem is that i am having troble gaining access to two drives in particular.
when i run dmesg i can see both drives, hda and hdb.
can anybody help??


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