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Unix or Linux Question Red Hat 9 - NTFS Support

Does any one know if RedHat 9 comes with ntfs support by default?

And, if by chance its not included by default, does any one here know where I can get that support added?
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bah, nevermind I found what I needed
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Of course you can add NTFS support read only in RH9.
You can do this in two ways.
First, you can just recompile your kernel with NTFS support.
Or second (easier!):
Visit this website:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-ntfs/
it's kernel driver for ntfs support (if my memory serves me right for 2.4 kernel)
Try this, it's easy!
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Kernel 2.4 not support NTFS. You can upgrade to Kernel 2.6

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Kernel 2.4 not support NTFS. You can upgrade to Kernel 2.6

Good Luck
Why?
By my mind 2.4.22 has NTFS support....
Anyway you can install driver for NTFS support without recompile your kernel....
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Why?
By my mind 2.4.22 has NTFS support....
Anyway you can install driver for NTFS support without recompile your kernel....
Yes! But Kernel 2.4.x only support read NTFS, not support Write NTFS.

- As HelpAusHeaven say: You can use tools at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-ntfs/ = = > But no stable.
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Yes! But Kernel 2.4.x only support read NTFS, not support Write NTFS.
Yeah, but write NTFS is VERY dangerous mode....
You can destroy all of your information on your hard drive.....
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