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i havent installed Linux 9. (i assume its
RedHat) so try to check if you have enable the
kernel for ntfs support.. u may want to check
/lib/modules/[kernel_version]/fs if you have a
ntfs… if you dont have one recompile your
kernel and do-t ntfs option on mount.. though
you can only read and not write on it.. its very
dangerous to write.. unless data in it are
disposable… good luck
Just as a goof, try looking in your /mnt directory for a windows folder. Both Redhat 9 and Mandrake 9 like to include NTFS support by default. For example, on my dual-boot WinXP/Mandrake9.1 box, the NTFS partition was mounted to /mnt/windows automatically.