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Old 10-20-2005, 04:04 AM   #1
prince_linux
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mounting windows partition in linux


I installed Redhat Linux 9 and dual boot it with windows xp pro with NTFS file system. Now can i access windows partition in linux. How?

My partions are:

1) C:\ System files of windows (this is ntfs partition)
2) D:\ windows installed (this is ntfs partition)
3) E:\-------|
4)F:\ |(these are fat32 partition)
5)G:\--------|
 
Old 10-20-2005, 04:16 AM   #2
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First you need to install the NTFS kernel module; then mount it manually or mount it automatically at boot. NTFS access is read-only.

Windows drive letters don't help. You need to know the drive's IDE cable and master/slave status (hda/hdb/hdc/hdd) and partition number.
 
  


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