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SubjectRe: mounting NTFS
Hi Rohit,

> I have a kernel version of 2.4.7

Ah. Is that RedHat's 2.4.7?

> When I try ,
> mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/msdos
> I get a message ntfs not supported, where as the manual on mount
> indicates that ntfs is supported / mountable.

As Francois says, check /proc/filesystems. If you don't find ntfs
there, you'll have to build a new kernel (not as scary as it sounds).

covers ALL the details. If you have a RedHat system, then install the
kernel source and you'll find a .config that matches your system. You
just need to select NTFS support.

If you have any more questions or problems please go to our NTFS help

FlatCap (Rich)

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