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Linux How to Mount the NTFS File system

Linux First we have to check whether Operating system is supporting the ntfs file system.
Method 1)
#ls /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/fs/ | grep ntfs
` ~ ( Tilde Symbol)
Method 2)
#cat /proc/filesystem | grep ntfs
After verifying. If it is not supporting the ntfs file system then use the fuser-ntfs.

1) Download And install the fuser-ntfs Rpm.
From the following Link Download fuser
2)After Install verify whether is it install successfully or not.
#rpm -qa | grep ntfs
3)For then, Using mount command mount the ntfs file system.
#mount -t ntfs /dev/path /mount-point


Hard disk and Storage media are divided into the partition. Partition formatted with the File System. File system Data Structure allow user to store and access files.mkfs-Make File System.
In ext2,ext3 files system are Linux oriented. MS-Dos files system -FAT file system it will support both Linux and windows. By through MS-dos file system –FAT you can the file in both Linux and Windows.
Create file MS-DOS file system using –t option
[root@studentwebsite ~]# mkfs -t msdos /dev/sdb5
mkfs.msdos 2.11 (12 Mar 2005)

BY through mount the partition you can check the File system type .
[root@studentwebsite ~]# mount /dev/sdb5 /mnt
[root@studentwebsite ~]# mount
/dev/sdb5 on /mnt type vfat (rw)

Default mkfs command it will create ext2 file system for the partition.

[root@studentwebsite ~]# mkfs /dev/sdb2

mkfs.ext3 it will create ext3 file system.

[root@studentwebsite ~]# mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdb5
Linux How to Mount the NTFS File system


Linux First we have to check whether Operating system is supporting the ntfs file system.
Method 1)
#ls /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/fs/ | grep ntfs
` ~ ( Tilde Symbol

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