I have Linux RadHat 6.2.
Some months after I installed Linux I added a second disk with ntfs.
Everything is working with a dual boot with Lilo if I go on the same disk, but not on the second disk.
The problem is I can't see the second disk I have installed.
Can I access the disk ntfs from Linux, say for
1) copying files
2) starting windows system from lilo?
Linux Kernal does not by default support the ntfs filesystem. Thus if you want to read ntfs filesystem devices then you will have to recompile the kernal to enable this support. Please refer to the Howtos
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