Mostafa Z. Afgani
mostafa.afgani at world.iu-bremen.de
Tue Nov 30 13:37:40 UTC 2004
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David Cary Hart wrote:
| On Mon, 2004-11-29 at 19:00 -0500, Ben Anderson wrote:
|>>http://rpm.livna.org/ has it.
|>>At least for the .667 kernel
|>Well, I finally got yum up and to the point where I know what I'm
|>doing somewhat. However, w/ no ntfs write support, that severly
|>limits my linux usage and will probably eliminate it all otogether.
|>Are there any repositories where I can get running this safely? I was
|>under the impression that the 2.6 kernel has supported this for over a
| The write support in 2.6 is easy to compile in BUT it is very limited.
| The only supported use is file overwrite. You cannot rename or delete.
| One solution is to create a FAT32 partition for "My Docs." VFAT is fully
| supported by Linux.
Also, you can grab some NTFS rpms from:
They have RPMs for all flavours for RH/Fedora since RH 7.3.
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