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Old 11-13-2004, 02:20 PM   #1
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External USB HDD with captive-ntfs

Hi folks

Just starting with Linux.. Its my second day and this is my first question to the world of mailing-lists.

I have captive-ntfs (enables rw) set up on my new Suse 9.2 (kernel 2.6.8-24.3).

And it is this captive-ntfs-Filesystem that i want to use with my external HDD (connected via USB). But SuSE's hotplug stuff will automatically mount it with native ntfs read-only.

So i am looking for the one or the other solution:
1. Who can I tell the hotplug stuff NOT to mount this special device
2. Tell the hotplug stuff to mount it with the filesystem captive-ntfs

Thank you very much...



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