Mount NTFS centos

Installing required packages

file yang harus di download terlebih dahulu sebelum ke step berikutnya adalah :

rpm -Uhv

<!> While older ntfs drivers were prone to eat your data in r/w-mode, ntfs-3g seems to be r/w safe. See the ntfs-3g page for more information.

<!> As of CentOS 5.4 (kernel 2.6.18-164 or newer), the fuse kernel module is included in the kernel itself. Therefore, dkms and dkms-fuse are no longer required. If you have previously installed dkms-fuse, please uninstall it by a yum remove dkms-fuse command. Please note that CentOS-4 users need those 2 packages.

Make sure you have the rpmforge repo installed. If not, refer to Repositories.

Install the following packages.

yum install fuse fuse-ntfs-3g

If the rpmforge repo is disabled by default,

yum --enablerepo=rpmforge install fuse fuse-ntfs-3g

<!> Note for CentOS-5 users: If you are still running CentOS 5.3 or older, then you would need to install kmod-fuse from ELRepo.

For CentOS-6 the EPEL repository is carrying later NTFS packages. EPEL is also usable for CentOS-5. To install, after enabling the repo per the Repositories page:

yum install ntfs-3g

or if you prefer to leave EPEL disabled by default

yum --enablerepo epel install ntfs-3g

You may also want to

yum install ntfsprogs ntfsprogs-gnomevfs

for additional functionality.


Mounting an NTFS filesystem

Suppose your ntfs filesystem is /dev/sda1 and you are going to mount it on /mymnt/win, do the following.

First, create a mount point.

mkdir /mymnt/win

Next, edit /etc/fstab as follows. To mount read-only:

/dev/sda1       /mymnt/win   ntfs-3g  ro,umask=0222,defaults 0 0

To mount read-write:

/dev/sda1       /mymnt/win   ntfs-3g  rw,umask=0000,defaults 0 0

You can now mount it by running:

mount /mymnt/win

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