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Old 27th July 2013
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Default v5.3 ntfs mount issue

Hello Folks

Just did fresh install this morning ..

I have 3 ntfs HDDs that I would like mount rw
but it appears that v5.3 currently allows ro only ..

But I came across the following latest news:

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sysutils/ntfs-3g is now in ports, patches are needed on libfuse but that's now merged in the tree. What will be needed at the moment is to add two lines in the kernel config (yes, it mean that you need to recompile the kernel until the following is added to GENERIC)

option FUSE
pseduo-device fuse 10

That's cool to see ntfs support in OpenBSD !
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Any idea how to go about making this ??

running pkg_add -iuv produced no update candidates
and no idea where to add the above thru config -e -o /bsd.test /bsd

Thnx a lot
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