writing on win ntfs partition from linux

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writing on win ntfs partition from linux

Is it possible to save a file from linux environment to a windows ntfs partition?
I use SUSE 8.3 and I can access win ntfs files only as read only.
I want to know whether writing is possible on win ntfs partition.
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yeah definetly it is possible and i have done with Red Hat 8.
Where simply mounting the partitions made it accessible.

Not sure how you will do it in Suse Linux. Consult Suse docs/google etc.

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