Having a dual boot system (Ubuntu Linux Feisty Fawn 7.04 and Windows XP), it is essential for me to have full access to my NTFS partitions. By full access I mean read and write access. I should be able to read files, write new files, edit existing files and delete files and folders.
It has always been a bit on the tricky side to enable all these possibilities in Linux but not anymore.
By installing "NTFS Configuration Tool" it is a matter of few click before you have all your NTFS drives on the table.
From Application menu, run Add/Remove.
Then in top right corner list, select "Show All Available Applications".
In the search box type: ntfs and select and install NTFS Configuration Tool.
Now run it and there we go!
May 7, 2007
at 12:24 PM