Steps to mount NTFS partitions on Redhat Machine

To access the ntfs partition in the linux machine.
1. you should have Internet connection on your machine
2. login from a root user and write this command on any Terminal
3. Install the rpm which is downloaded from the last step : rpm -ivh rpmforge-release-0.3.6-1.el5.rf.i386.rpm
4. Now Install Required Packages with the help of Yum Server
#yum install fuse fuse-ntfs-3g dkms dkms-fuse
5. Now mount your ntfs partitions according to your need
6. Append in the Fstab File
vi /etc/fstab
ntfs-3g defaults 0 0 (Then save The file )

Now you can access the Ntfs Partition very Easily

Best of Luck



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4 responses to “Steps to mount NTFS partitions on Redhat Machine”

  1. Milind Padalkar says :

    Helpful tutorial for users of Redhat and variants like Fedora!

  2. Pankaj bhatti says :

    good one

  3. simar singh says :

    Very help full tutorial…..Thanks for helping me…….very good….

  4. Kunal sharma says :

    Thats great it is a very helpful for me to accessing ntfs partition in Linux..

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