Can I get some help please with NTFS

Posted on 2003-02-25
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Hello, I'm Jermaine and I have a PC with 4 HDD
20GB with Windows XP
60GB where I store my music and movie files
6GB for personal backup
6.4GB for Red Hat 8.0

I'm try to get Red Hat 8.0 to read my 60GB Drive so I can view my movie and music files. the 60GB drive is NTFS. I tried some solutions that I saw on this site but they didn't work for me. Can someone please help me please.

Did I say that I'm a newbie to Red Hat 8.0 and Linux overall. Thank you and looking forward in receiving some help
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Answer await

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ID: 8017936
Pleas let me know in step by step instructions to getting this done.

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lengmian earned 150 total points
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The easest way to let your RH8.0 read your NTFS partition is to install an rpm upgrade. Here is the link for you to follow step by step:

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Thank you, now I will try it and get back to you.

Thanks again

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