[CentOS] NTFS and elrepo
reloftin at twcny.rr.com
Sun Nov 1 04:14:46 UTC 2009
On Sat, 2009-10-31 at 23:39 -0400, Yves Bellefeuille wrote:
> On Saturday 31 October 2009 20:12, Ron Loftin wrote:
> > I have here a box which I dual-boot between CentOS 5.4 and an older
> > version of that "other OS" that I'm using to check out the ELrepo
> > version of kmod-ntfs. After installing as per the directions on the
> > ELrepo site, I can mount an NTFS filesystem, and when I type "mount"
> > with no options the output tells me that the target filesystem is
> > mounted read-write. However, when I try to create a file on that
> > filesystem as root, I get a "Permission denied" error, which leads me
> > to think that I'm missing something here. So far, Google has not
> > been very helpful here, so if anyone can shine some light on this, it
> > would be welcome.
> Try using "mount -t ntfs-3g" rather than "mount -t ntfs". You may have
> to install fuse-ntfs-3g.
I think that you have misunderstood my question. I know how to do it
with the packages from RPMforge ( which is where I get fuse-ntfs-3g )
but I'm trying to evaluate the kmod-ntfs package from ELrepo.org. There
seems to be something I'm not understanding about this approach, or I'm
not finding the correct documentation for it.
Ron Loftin reloftin at twcny.rr.com
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