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    Default OpenSUSE11, KDE, mounting and format problems

    Hello again, this is the last question (for today ).
    I have a HD, I can see it with the Konqueror explorer from my computer but I can not get access to the files in it; it is show whit vfat format system. How can I access the files in the HD???
    On the other hand, I have a partition in my HD which is ntfs, I have it mounted in /windows/d/, I can read the files but I can not write them. I think I read in another forum that If I mount the partition using ntfs-3g (or something similar) I should be able to get full access to the files but I have no idea about how to do this mounting... Any solution, any light???

    Thanks a lot!!! Ibrahim

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    Default Re: OpenSUSE11, KDE, mounting and format problems

    Quote Originally Posted by ibrahimenrique View Post
    Hello again, this is the last question (for today ).
    I have a HD, I can see it with the Konqueror explorer from my computer but I can not get access to the files in it; it is show whit vfat format system. How can I access the files in the HD???
    On the other hand, I have a partition in my HD which is ntfs, I have it mounted in /windows/d/, I can read the files but I can not write them. I think I read in another forum that If I mount the partition using ntfs-3g (or something similar) I should be able to get full access to the files but I have no idea about how to do this mounting... Any solution, any light???

    Thanks a lot!!! Ibrahim
    Here's a burst on how to mount ntfs:
    HowTo Mount NTFS Filesystem Partition Read Write Access in openSUSE 10, 11
    And some info on fat32 mounts:
    Suse: HowTo set disk access permissions for Fat32 (VFAT) on a desktop PC
    Leap 42.3 & 15.1 &KDE
    FYIs from the days of yore

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