Accessing an NTFS partition
igueths at attbi.com
Tue Dec 17 18:12:59 EST 2002
To add to what Maurice was saying, if you have a Cd writer, you can write
the NTFS partitions to Cd and then copy it to the Linux machine. However,
if you are dealing with a large partition or set of partitions, possibly
tape might do better.
May you code in the power of the source,
may the kernel, libraries, and utilities be with you,
throughout all distributions until the end of the epoch.
On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Maurice A. Mines wrote:
> what I due is make a fat32 partishen and swope files and directorease
> thrue it btw if you reley wount ntfs support you need to compile it into
> the kernale and I t is not advised due to somne issues that makes the
> files system unstable. this have been found out throu traile and earer.
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