NTFS problem

Shlok Smári Datye shlok at ript.net
Sun Jan 14 10:07:53 PST 2001


That's not the problem at all. Just read-only is fine, but that doesn't
work.
Like I said, after mount, users cannot access /mnt/nt folder. I don't care
if it's read or readwrite.

Shlok

-----Original Message-----
From: perrin at bellatlantic.net [mailto:perrin at bellatlantic.net]On Behalf
Of Jack Detrick
Sent: 14. janúar 2001 18:09
To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
Subject: Re: NTFS problem


Doh!  What was I thinking?
NTFS write support is still extremely experimental last I checked, and
you have to explicitly turn it on in your kernel config (just enabling
NTFS won't cut it, that's read-only).  As far as _how_ experimental the
write support is, I don't know.  Might be pretty dangerous, though.

Shlok Smári Datye wrote:
>
> yes I did set the proper permissions with chmod/chown. Like I said,
mounting
> VFAT partition using the same logic worked. That's why I was wondering if
> there was a bug in NTFS support.
>
> Thanks.
> Shlok
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