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Titel: How to add an NTFS formated Sata hdd to a Kanotix system  BeitragVerfasst am: 05.08.2006, 12:51 Uhr



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G'day

I had installed Kanotix on my system after yet another XP crash on my Seagate 200gb sata hdd.

However, I didn't wanted to loose some of my data files on the SATA so I installed Kanotix on my 80GB WD ide first (and wanted to test run the whole thing first Geschockt )

Can I get some advice on how to go about doing a transfer of some data files from my Sata to my ide hdd? mind you, sata hdd is NTFS formated!

When I plug in the Sata, I do see it on the desktop but can't mount it since it's not on /etc/fstab... so I need to put that on the /etc/fstab, right?

cheers
 
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ockham23
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 05.08.2006, 13:16 Uhr



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You need to create to a mount point and an fstab entry:

Code:
sux
mkdir /media/sda1

Replace "sda1" with the correct label of the partition that you want to be mounted.

Code:
mcedit /etc/fstab

Insert the following line:
Code:
/dev/sda1       /media/sda1     ntfs    ro,umask=000    0       0

Again, replace "sda1" with the correct label.
Press "F2" to save the file, "F10" to quit. Then reboot:
Code:
shutdown -r now


This is how I mount new partitions on a PATA hard drive. It should be the same for SATA.

The NTFS partition will be mounted "read only". Use Konqueror to copy your files to another drive and/or partition.

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 05.08.2006, 13:18 Uhr



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No reboot required to reread fstab, just

mount -a

you can also umount like:

umount -a
 
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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 05.08.2006, 16:37 Uhr



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Great !! Smilie
worked like a charm

thanks a lot :->

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 09.08.2006, 21:08 Uhr



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When I installed Kanotix I put it on a 80gig ide. When I booted the 250gig sata was already in fstab. Since I had partitioned part of it in windows I simply formatted the rest in linux. Everything was readable. This was the second go. I had messed up the first install and nothing worked right, my fault entirely but I learned.

John
 
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