michael.lawver at pointoflightproducts.com
Mon Jul 1 04:36:05 BST 2002
Are you trying to mount it as non root, and what command are you refering to?
As root you can access it by doing this:
$ mount_ntfs /dev/<drive> /mnt
In my case I would mount it like this:
$ mount_ntfs /dev/da0s2 /mnt
$ cd /mnt
On Sunday 30 June 2002 06:57 pm, Yong Khun, Loh wrote:
> hi there,
> i was trying to mount one of my partition in NTFS and according to mount
> command help, it does support this file system. however, when i executed
> the command, it said that my kernel does not support this. what should i do
> to enable my kernel to support mounting NTFS? thanks in advance.
> YK (Yong Khun, Loh)
> <ykloh at lkta.com.my>
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