Fedora and NTFS

Marcelo Magno T. Sales marcelo.sales at sefaz.pe.gov.br
Tue Jul 26 17:41:36 UTC 2005

After the installation, you can download the ntfs kernel module from
livna and mount ntfs partitions. During installation, ntfs file systems
are not available. Read the FAQ.


Em Sex, 2005-07-15 às 11:30 -0400, Antonio Barragan escreveu:
> Dear All
> I have a linux box with the following configuration:
> 1 GB RAM
> AMD athlon processor
> MSI KM8 board
> Western digital 80 MB SATA disk
> I have split the HD in two partitions, one of which is 15 MB NTFS for 
> Windows XP to live in.
> Next, I tried to install fedora Core3. When I get to the partitioning 
> step, for which I choose Disk Druid,
> the partitions scheme shows the NTFS partition, but it won´t allow to 
> mount such partition. Instead,
> the message "Not Apliccable" is displayed.
> Then, my question is:
> Do I have to change the NTFS partition to something like fat32?
> Can´t fedora handle (recognize/mount/read/write) NTFS partitions?
> Any help will be welcome
> cheers
> Antonio Barragan

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