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Re: A new use for Linux

Paul Smith wrote:
On 7/20/07, Karl Larsen <k5di zianet com> wrote:
>> Yes. Use the first CD of your set or the DVD and when it boots select
>> the rescue mode. When it comes up it will try to connect to the Linux
>> partition of your choice. Choose to mount to the Linux that has the lost >> files. Find the things you need. Now decide what you want to do with the >> files. You can mount another file system and then copy the files to that.
>> Karl
> Does rescue mode have an ability to mount ntfs formatted disks? That was
> what was needed in the original problem I posted.
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    As far as I can tell, 'mount' can not work with a windows file
system even in F7. I thought by now that had been added but no.

F7 can mount MS Windows NTFS filesystems. One needs to install ntfs-3g before.


Thank you Paul, I will do that next.


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