Remount NTFS partition in Ubuntu with read-write access

mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/<hard drive> /media/<directory to mount>

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~ by Azeem on October 27, 2007.

5 Responses to “Remount NTFS partition in Ubuntu with read-write access”

  1. gutsy has native read write ntfs support. =)

  2. Fiesty comes up with ntfs-3g and ntfs support upto some extend the ntfs drives mount on startup though they are not writeable this is just a hack… to make them writeable..

  3. yes captive was hacky. this isn’t anything like that. though i haven’t had to do it anymore though. hopefully i won’t again either though. over since i’ve been using edgy, i’ve slowly phased out all my windows boxes and now have no use for them.

  4. Im going to try this one out tonight when I get home.

  5. ntfs-3g looks stable, but not mature.

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