mount a NT partition
fcarreiro at loweryinc.com
Mon Oct 23 15:18:21 GMT 2000
You are correct if it's a local NT volume however remote NT server
volumes can be mounted without this concern. At least I haven't heard
of any issues with remote NT volumes.
Subba Rao wrote:
> On 0, Frank Carreiro <fcarreiro at loweryinc.com> wrote:
>> Yes. I use " mount -t smbfs -o username=domain_user_name //server_name/share_name /mount_point "
>> Running RedHat 6.2 and it works great!
>> You of course must be root when using the mount command (unless you have set it up so all can mount). Also you must have a domain account with read/write rights.
>> Hope this helps.
>>> Is there anyway to mount a NT PDC partition as both readable and WRITABLE?
>>> Thanks in advance.
> What file system is the NT FS? FAT or NTFS? I was adviced not to mount
> NTFS system on to Linux. They are ok to be mounted in readonly mode but not in
> readwrite mode.
> Please correct me if that is not an issue now.
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