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  • David Orriss Jr
    Check out: http://samba.org/ I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )
    Message 1 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
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      Check out: http://samba.org/

      I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )

      suresh_pcin wrote:

      >when i cat /proc/filesystems it appears like
      >nodev proc
      >nodev sockfs
      >nodev tmpfs
      >nodev shm
      >nodev pipefs
      > ext2
      > iso9660
      >nodev devpts
      > ext3
      >nodev usbdevfs
      > vfat
      >nodev autofs
      >nodev binfmt_misc
      >
      >there no information about ntfs.
      >
      >what can i do??
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    • Scott
      On 09:30 2002/01/01 -0800, steve wrote ... There is also the O Relly samba book which is on line--I have a link to it from
      Message 2 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
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        On 09:30 2002/01/01 -0800, steve wrote

        > > Check out: http://samba.org/
        > >
        > > I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )


        There is also the O'Relly samba book which is on line--I have a link to it
        from
        http://home.nyc.rr.com/computertaijutsu/samba.html

        However, what he needs to do, as Brian said, is recompile the kernel. In
        the filesystems section, there is read support for NTFS. Write support is
        there but considered dangerous--haven't tried it so I don't know, one way
        or the other.
        Recompiling the kernel isn't difficult, but if you haven't done it before,
        can be a bit intimidating. If he has RH, it's a bit difficult to tell
        which one has to be recompiled.
        It's covered briefly in the faq, which has links to pages that go into more
        detail, at
        http://home.nyc.rr.com/computertaijutsu/linfaq.html which also, by the way,
        covers the NTFS question. :)
        Scott





        > >
        > > suresh_pcin wrote:
        > >
        > > >when i cat /proc/filesystems it appears like
        > > >nodev proc
        > > >nodev sockfs
        > > >nodev tmpfs
        > > >nodev shm
        > > >nodev pipefs
        > > > ext2
        > > > iso9660
        > > >nodev devpts
        > > > ext3
        > > >nodev usbdevfs
        > > > vfat
        > > >nodev autofs
        > > >nodev binfmt_misc
        > > >
        > > >there no information about ntfs.
        > > >
        > > >what can i do??
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      • steve
        David, he means mount an ntfs file system from his local computer, eg a partition, NOT via networking and mounting a windows box s ntfs partition. ... From:
        Message 3 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
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          David, he means mount an ntfs file system from his local computer, eg a
          partition, NOT via networking and mounting a windows box's ntfs partition.
          ----- Original Message -----
          From: David Orriss Jr <dave@...>
          To: <linux@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2002 1:04 AM
          Subject: Re: [linux] Re: Mounting NTFS Partion


          > Check out: http://samba.org/
          >
          > I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )
          >
          > suresh_pcin wrote:
          >
          > >when i cat /proc/filesystems it appears like
          > >nodev proc
          > >nodev sockfs
          > >nodev tmpfs
          > >nodev shm
          > >nodev pipefs
          > > ext2
          > > iso9660
          > >nodev devpts
          > > ext3
          > >nodev usbdevfs
          > > vfat
          > >nodev autofs
          > >nodev binfmt_misc
          > >
          > >there no information about ntfs.
          > >
          > >what can i do??
          > >
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        • Gustavo Zamorano S.
          To rebuild your kernel to add support for devices, do the following: cd /usr/src/linux-2.4 or cd/usr/src/linux-xxxx (It depends on your release) then read the
          Message 4 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
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            To rebuild your kernel to add support for devices, do the following:
            cd /usr/src/linux-2.4

            or cd/usr/src/linux-xxxx (It depends on your release)

            then read the README file.
            It tells you how to create anew kernel.

            GZS



            Scott wrote:
            >
            > On 09:30 2002/01/01 -0800, steve wrote
            >
            > > > Check out: http://samba.org/
            > > >
            > > > I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )
            >
            > There is also the O'Relly samba book which is on line--I have a link to it
            > from
            > http://home.nyc.rr.com/computertaijutsu/samba.html
            >
            > However, what he needs to do, as Brian said, is recompile the kernel. In
            > the filesystems section, there is read support for NTFS. Write support is
            > there but considered dangerous--haven't tried it so I don't know, one way
            > or the other.
            > Recompiling the kernel isn't difficult, but if you haven't done it before,
            > can be a bit intimidating. If he has RH, it's a bit difficult to tell
            > which one has to be recompiled.
            > It's covered briefly in the faq, which has links to pages that go into more
            > detail, at
            > http://home.nyc.rr.com/computertaijutsu/linfaq.html which also, by the way,
            > covers the NTFS question. :)
            > Scott
            >
            > > >
            > > > suresh_pcin wrote:
            > > >
            > > > >when i cat /proc/filesystems it appears like
            > > > >nodev proc
            > > > >nodev sockfs
            > > > >nodev tmpfs
            > > > >nodev shm
            > > > >nodev pipefs
            > > > > ext2
            > > > > iso9660
            > > > >nodev devpts
            > > > > ext3
            > > > >nodev usbdevfs
            > > > > vfat
            > > > >nodev autofs
            > > > >nodev binfmt_misc
            > > > >
            > > > >there no information about ntfs.
            > > > >
            > > > >what can i do??
            > > > >
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          • Shaun Hadfield
            ... Do a search on Google for the filesystems howto. It is extremely comprehensive in describing the file systems used in the various modern OS s, and is kept
            Message 5 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
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              > I am using Redhat Linux 7.2
              > when i trying to mount ntfs partion, i saw a message like
              > kernal not supported ntfs partition.
              >
              > what can i do??

              Do a search on Google for the filesystems howto. It is extremely
              comprehensive in describing the file systems used in the various modern
              OS's, and is kept (fairly) up to date reguarding utilities that can be used
              to access partitions otherwise foriegn to the OS you are using.

              For instance, I can access VFAT long file names, NTFS, and ext2 from a
              custom made boot disk using tools found in the Howto. The frist two are
              drivers that provide native support, the last is an mtools-like set of
              utilities. Anyway, I'm sure I recall a section reguarding NTFS on Linux.
            • David Orriss Jr
              Oooops... Sorry for not understanding that... :-/ Is that even doable in Linux? ... -- David Orriss Jr http://www.davenet.net/ http://www.codeskanks.com/
              Message 6 of 9 , Jan 7, 2002
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                Oooops... Sorry for not understanding that... :-/

                Is that even doable in Linux?

                steve wrote:

                >David, he means mount an ntfs file system from his local computer, eg a
                >partition, NOT via networking and mounting a windows box's ntfs partition.
                >----- Original Message -----
                >From: David Orriss Jr <dave@...>
                >To: <linux@yahoogroups.com>
                >Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2002 1:04 AM
                >Subject: Re: [linux] Re: Mounting NTFS Partion
                >
                >
                >>Check out: http://samba.org/
                >>
                >>I did and now I do.. (mount NTFS partitions that is.. )
                >>
                >>suresh_pcin wrote:
                >>
                >>>when i cat /proc/filesystems it appears like
                >>>nodev proc
                >>>nodev sockfs
                >>>nodev tmpfs
                >>>nodev shm
                >>>nodev pipefs
                >>>ext2
                >>>iso9660
                >>>nodev devpts
                >>>ext3
                >>>nodev usbdevfs
                >>>vfat
                >>>nodev autofs
                >>>nodev binfmt_misc
                >>>
                >>>there no information about ntfs.
                >>>
                >>>what can i do??
                >>>
                >>>
                >>>
                >>>
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