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undyshelts asked
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
Hey all u linux guru's...
This is the situation: I'm using RedHat 9, and when i try to mount an NTFS volume, it says kernel dosn't support NTFS.. SO I go the the KDE Control Centre, and configure the kernel (in the control centre GUI) to read NTFS...

I do all this... then it tells me to make the kernel.. this is also good! BUT... i heard that i got to copy the kernel to another location... somewhere where the boot/default kernel is...

Can somebody please give me some information and also some important PATHS to do with kernels...

Thanks a million...

UndyShelts :-)
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