Re: [LINUX_Newbies] I want to view my windows files
> Recompiling a kernel in FC, if I'm not mistaken, goes like this:Thanks Chad. I may have to do this, but since this does seem a little
> 1) Installing kernel sources and kernel headers RPMs from the CDs.
> 2) cd /usr/src/linux; make menuconfig
> 3) Selecting NTFS support under File Systems.
> 4) make && make modules_install
> 5) Copy the new kernel to the /boot directory.
> 6) Set the bootloader to boot the new kernel.
> 7) Reboot.
> If this seems like too much for you, I'd look into your other options.
intimidating right now, I'm going to use it as a last resort.
I really do appreciate everyone's help.
- On Friday 03 December 2004 18:52, abc wrote:
> Cindy why dont you install windows then reinstall linux boot loaderEvery time I've installed windows it formats the hard drive and I lose
everything. Windows will not boot now - it hangs on the blue screen before
the login screen. I've tried safe mode, command line prompt, restoring to an
earlier good configuration - nothing lets me past the blue screen. I have
some files on that partition that I would really like to save. It was a dual
boot system with Windows and Fedora - but since Fedora wouldn't let me access
the ntfs files system, I installed SuSE over the Fedora.
I just want to save those files. I'm open to any new ideas!