Originally posted by Ryo-Okhi
I usually proceed by inserting the ntfs module into the kernel, either via "insmod" or adding the appropriate line in /etc/rc.d/rc.modules (so that the system takes it into account at boot time).
Slackware does this, though I have no idea if your distribution uses the same files. But insmod should definitely work (provided, of course, you've got the right module available).
well i dont see why you would need it in rc.modules, most modner kernels have a auto load , so if he were to moutn a ntfs drive it would load the module for them, I know my system does that
, oh and only add the option for read, because it is unsafe to wright to a ntfs parition form linux atm.