Mounting NTFS in Unix

Mounting NTFS in Unix

Just a quick tutorial to mount your NTFS volumes in Unix (FreeBSD/Linux)

[quote:4a9de7bf80]mount -t ntfs -o umask=0 /dev/your_partition /mnt/your_mount_point[/quote:4a9de7bf80]

[b:4a9de7bf80]-o umask=0[/b:4a9de7bf80] is to ensure all users can access the mounted partition (otherwise don't use it and only root can access the mounted partition)

[b:4a9de7bf80]-t ntfs[/b:4a9de7bf80] is simple because it just lets mount know you are mounting NTFS



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