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Old 12th October 2008
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Default Mounting ntfs drive as rw using fusefs-ntfs

I've installed /usr/ports/sysutils/fusefs-ntfs and loaded the kernel module.

When I try:

mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/ad2s2 /mnt/G

I recieve an error:

mount: /dev/ad2s2 : Operation not supported by device

I'm following the instructions from fusefs-ntfs's website and here.

Can anyone see what the problem is.

P.S. yes, ad2s2 is ntfs
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Sure? Windows filesystems generally are in the first primary partition (ad2s1) or logical partitions in an extended partition (ad2s5 and upward)

I'd have to say that I have not used fusefs at all, so you may have to wait for someone else.
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Sure? Windows filesystems generally are in the first primary partition (ad2s1) or logical partitions in an extended partition (ad2s5 and upward)

I'd have to say that I have not used fusefs at all, so you may have to wait for someone else.
Thanks for reply,

This isn't an OS partition, it's a second 320GB HDD with a 4GB fat32 partition and the rest is ntfs (which I'm trying to mount...)
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OK, if you are sure. That said, if there is a /dev/ad2s5, try that. If there isn't, then I'm just blabbering.
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