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Old 10-18-02, 11:04 AM   #11
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Originally posted by netviper13
Using Gnome. I attempted to enable NTFS support last night, but it wouldn't work; so that's my next project.
NTFS is not enabled by default. You have to enable it in your kernel and recompile it. Though I found out that on Redhat 8.0 you don't have to do that. Go to it's a great resource on turning on NTFS support. I've heard numerous times that enabling NTFS support is not recommended (WRITE as opposed to READ-ONLY). You can damage your windows partition. You might want to try that site though, I'm sure there are docs about it.
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