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Mount NTFS file system 10 years 8 months ago #23327

Hi All,

My pc having Dual Boot with Win Xp and Linux 4.0 Enterprise linux, please give me the solution for mounting NTFS filesystem.

Please tell me the procedure to add linux pc to windows domain


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S K Reddy

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Re: Mount NTFS file system 10 years 8 months ago #23364

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My pc having Dual Boot with Win Xp and Linux 4.0 Enterprise linux, please give me the solution for mounting NTFS filesystem.


You can easily mount NTFS filesystem for read-only using the in-kernel driver:

# modprobe ntfs
# mount -t ntfs /dev/sda1 /some/directory

(the part in orange must be replaced with the appropriate hard disk device partition and mount point, correspondingly.

If you need read-write support, you will need to use the windows driver, which is usable through the FUSE driver of the NTFS-3G project. Check the official documentation for installation instructions.

Please tell me the procedure to add linux pc to windows domain


You can do this through the SAMBA project. For documentation and configuration examples check it's documentation page.

If you have any specific problem we might be able to help :)

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Re: Mount NTFS file system 10 years 8 months ago #23388

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Thanks for the solution

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