Trouble getting NTFS file system to mount in CentOS 6.4 (x8664)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 14, 2013
New to CentOS, have used Debian, and Ubuntu, for a awhile. This is a new CentOS install.
Plugged in my external USB drive, and was surprised to find it would not mount. I get an error that "ntfs" was not known. I thought Linux fixed that a long time ago.
I went here, and followed the instructions.
How to Mount an NTFS Filesystem
But it still does not work.
The instructions said: "Make sure you have the rpmforge repo installed"
Then, the instructions said to do this:
NTFS Read Inconsistencies with CentOS 6.5
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 30, 2014
I have a CentOS system setup and have successfully mounted three USB 3.0 hard-drives (two connected via USB 3.0, one via USB 2.0) with NTFS file permissions. I can read the data but not consistently.
What I mean by that is, sometimes I read the data in successfully, and other times the data fails to read as if it is corrupt. Trying again may make it work, or some other portion of the data may fail to read.
The problem seems related to the NTFS format since it is not native to the CentOS build.
Has anyone seen this read inconsistency before or have any recommendations on how to correct it?
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: I wonder if it's an issue with the ntfs-3g package, as the data inconsistencies are not always present in the same spot, which seems to suggest that it is not a problem with the drives.
Ntfs Partition in centos
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2014
How to create ntfs partition in centos6.5
[SOLVED] How r/w mount external USB with NTFS automatically within GNOME on CentOS 5.6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 9, 2011
I would like to mount an external USB drive containing a NTFS filesystem automatically within GNOME as soon as I plug the drive into the computer.
I have the following system:
[SOLVED] Mounting ntfs partition in centos
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2012
i'm newbie on linux,just now i've solved out my lost windows grub setting helped by brother johnfine, again thanks brother..
now i mount the ntfs to /dev/hda2 /media/winxp, after "nano" the /etc/fstab. it's run well, but i didn't see my documents folder and others which is placed on "c:\" in windows version..
Again i'd like to inform you, that i'm not so good in english, then please forgive any unwise and maybe not polite words.
please see below partition:
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
17870152 4402712 12545024 26% /
/dev/hda6 101086 24550 71317 26% /boot
tmpfs 512716 0 512716 0% /dev/shm
/dev/hda2 8393960 1842956 6551004 22% /media/winxp
and this is 'fstab' configuration:
/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 / ext3 defaults 1 1
[SOLVED] Help with mounting NTFS Drive on CentOS 5.6 x64
- date: September 28, 2011
I am trying to mount my NTFS partitions on CentOS 5.6 x64 but getting an error message.
I have followed the instructions provided here.
But I am getting an error message while mounting filesystem.
Administrator]# mount /mnt/win
mount: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs-3g'
How to: CentOS 5 NTFS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 16, 2008
WARNING! - I hold no responsibility for anything you do to your system as a result of this information I have supplied.
The result of this guide could potentially cause yum to install packages and/or updates you might not want. I would recommend that you read about the CentOS Plus repository and kernel before proceeding! My server access is purely by SSH, (the box has no more than a power cord and network cables hooked up). Since I have done this I have noticed that the command line is a little choppy. I have not found the cause of this, due to this I am going to again recommend that you back up any data that is important and be prepared in case something doesn't work right.
On to the point of this thing!
I am writing this post because I found quite a few forum posts and articles with problems/solutions to NTFS on CentOS 5. Many solutions proposed were either indirect or did not work for me. My hope is that I can save some other people a little time.
how to read ntfs partition in CentOS???
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 4, 2010
I've installed two Linux distributions in my PC, Fedora12 and CentOS 5.5, and also Windows in a ntfs partition. I can operate windows partition in Fedora easily, however, I cannot find the windows partition in CentOS, furthermore, in CentOS all mobile hard drive that formatted as NTFS cannot be mounted. How can i solve this problem? plz help me!
RHEL / CentOS Linux: Mount and Access NTFS Partition
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 18, 2012
01) Step 01
$ cd /tmp
$ wget http://download.fedoraproject.org/pu...6-7.noarch.rpm
# rpm -ivh epel-release-6-5.noarch.rpm
02) How Do I Install NTFS-3G?
Type the following command as root user:
# yum install ntfs-3g
03) How Do I Find Out NTFS Partition Name?
Simply type the following command:
# fdisk -l /dev/sda
# fdisk -l /dev/sdb
04) How Do I Mount /dev/sda1 NTFS Partition at /mnt/ntfs?
* First, load the fuse driver, enter:
# modprobe fuse
* Create a mount point, enter:
# mkdir /mnt/ntfs
* To mount the ntfs partition, enter:
# mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mnt/ntfs
* You can use regular Unix commands to copy or access the files:
$ df -h
$ cd /mnt/ntfs
$ cp foo /tmp
05) How Do I Unmount NTFS
problem mounting ntfs partition on centos
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2009
guys, I just installed centos, and I have a 1 T storage drive in ntfs. But, apparently, centos does not support ntfs partitions out of the box, so I'm installing ntfs-3g following this guide, but when I try to find my kernel, I'm not getting much help from the output
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