lux at diesel-research.com
Mon Nov 1 18:37:30 UTC 2004
I've got the same problem with not having a kernel source rpm with
respect to ntfs as well as using Nvidia drivers. How do we get a kernel
source RPM ? A changelog would be nice too...
On Mon, 2004-11-01 at 09:56 -0500, Kevin H. Hobbs wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-10-29 at 09:19, John Burton wrote:
> > Greetings once again...
> > Before I subscribed to this list, I sent a message which is currently
> > being held by the moderators (no problem). Here is my porblem....
> > I have a dual boot laptop, Windows XP on the first partition (/dev/hda1)
> > and FC3-RC1 (updated via yum on 10/28 to kernel 2.6.9-1.643). /dev/hda1
> > is formatted NTFS. Other versions of Linux including FC2 have allowed me
> > access to NTFS filesystems. But now I get
> > > [root at traveler john]# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/C
> > > mount: fs type ntfs not supported by kernel
> > Which is not what I need. Unfortunately since there isn't a
> > kernel-source rpm available, I can't easily compile a ntfs module.
> > Being able to read the ntfs partition is critical, being able to write
> > to it isn't. Since the actual release of FC3 is near, are there any
> > plans to include ntfs support in the released version?
> > John
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> If you end up trying to build the module that is part of the kernel you
> might want to tale a look at
> They suggest a kernel build process from the kernel-XXX.src.rpm
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