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    Default Unable to access windows fules

    Hi,
    I have upgraded to suse 12.2

    when I was using 11.4 long before I was able to access the files from windows ( I have dual boot)

    Please suggest

    Regards

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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    Usse YaST > System > Partitioning. You will see those partitions there. Select them and fill in the fields for mounting them (DO NOT FORMAT THEM!!!). As mountpoint you can choose what you want, but you may be used to things like /windows/C.
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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    Quote Originally Posted by rajesh78 View Post
    Hi,
    I have upgraded to suse 12.2

    when I was using 11.4 long before I was able to access the files from windows ( I have dual boot)

    Please suggest

    Regards
    Are you sure you upgraded to 12.2?
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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    Thanks hcw.
    Now i am able to access them

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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    Quote Originally Posted by rajesh78 View Post
    Thanks hcw.
    Now i am able to access them
    That is fine.

    Like caf4926, I wonder why you went to 12.2. 13.1 is the current version.
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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    On 2013-11-30, rajesh78 <rajesh78@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
    > I have upgraded to suse 12.2


    Odd. I'd recommend openSUSE 12.3 for you while 13.1 is still maturing, certainly not 12.2

    > when I was using 11.4 long before I was able to access the files from
    > windows ( I have dual boot)


    Usually it's very straightforward to have ntfs-3g partitions auto-mounted using the Partition Manager in YaST. But you
    haven't provided us a lot of detail to help anyone assist you. Please output the results of the console commands...

    Code:
    sh-4.2$ ls /
    sh-4.2$ cat /etc/fstab
    sh-4.2$ su -c "fdisk -l"
    .... and we can make a start.

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    Default Re: Unable to access windows fules

    Quote Originally Posted by flymail View Post
    On 2013-11-30, rajesh78 <rajesh78@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
    > I have upgraded to suse 12.2


    Odd. I'd recommend openSUSE 12.3 for you while 13.1 is still maturing, certainly not 12.2

    > when I was using 11.4 long before I was able to access the files from
    > windows ( I have dual boot)


    Usually it's very straightforward to have ntfs-3g partitions auto-mounted using the Partition Manager in YaST. But you
    haven't provided us a lot of detail to help anyone assist you. Please output the results of the console commands...

    Code:
    sh-4.2$ ls /
    sh-4.2$ cat /etc/fstab
    sh-4.2$ su -c "fdisk -l"
    .... and we can make a start.
    Please look at post #4 above. It is already solved.
    Henk van Velden

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