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Hello,
How can I mount a NTFS partition on kernel 2.0.36?
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I don't think that ntfs is supported in 2.0.36
Check
http://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/~loewis/ntfs/

And patch youre kernel or try the 2.2.0pre7 kernel.
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