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Thread: Redhat 8.0 /mnt question




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    When I look in /mnt all I can see is CDROM , when I used Mandrake 9 I could read/exec all my NTFS partitions , how can I do this in RH ? :confused:
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    I know in MDK8.2 I had to turn it on in the Kernel configuration module of the control panel cause it was turned off by default. I assume it would be similar for RH. Hope it helps.
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    Redhat don't include ntfs support, you'll have to recompile your kernel with ntfs as a module.

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    can't you just get the ntfs module and load it instead of having to compile it straight into the kernel? or is that needed for something like this?
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    You could except redhat don't build the module, they don't include any ntfs support, modular or otherwise, by default.

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    " Redhat don't include ntfs support, you'll have to recompile your kernel with ntfs as a module. "



    How would I go about doing this
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    By reading the Kernel HOWTO.

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    The guys at the linux-ntfs project have provided an ntfs-rpm for redhat-8, you can read about the entire redhat-ntfs situation and get the rpm here.

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