How To: Reading Files From Windows Partition(NTFS) in Ubuntu Linux
The steps were as follows:
First open the root terminal. Then in Gnome you go to Applications->System Tools->Root Terminal
Once in the root account, you should run this command
# fdisk -l
If you’re not on the root account, precede each command with “sudo”, like this:
# sudo fdisk -l
The next step is to mount the hard drive (assuming that it is /dev/hda1) and put it in a directory:
# mkdir /media/windows
# mount /dev/hda1 /media/windows/ -t ntfs -o nls=utf8,umask=0222
# cd /media/windows
If you need to unmount the partition, do this:
# umount /media/windows/
If you have trouble with any of this, or a step was unclear, please comment.
This is for all the newcomers who wants to mount those NTFS partitions in Linux. You must begin here and download according to your kernel.
These instructions are only for users of Fedora or RedHat kernels.
It is important to install exactly the same version of NTFS kernel module as the kernel you have installed. Below are some simple instructions to help you find the file you need. A quick way to find the version is to use the whichrpm script. Save the file and run it.
chmod 700 whichrpm
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