> I have a 10 GB UDMA IDE drive formatted with Windows. The first partition
> is FAT32, and the second is NTFS. I can successfully mount the first, but
> not the second. Any ideas?
NTFS support in Linux is very incomplete. It is not recommended to
mount NTFS read-write unless ou are experienced kernel hacker and are
willing to fix bugs and withstand disk crashes.
I think that NTFS support is not compilied into your kernel by default.
Quote:> Suse 7.2 on i86
> the drive is mounted on /dev/hdc, and I CAN see hda1, but not hda2
Of course you cannot. First Windows logical drive in extended partition
on /dev/hdc should be /dev/hdc5