Mounting with ntfs-3g
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Tue May 22 14:26:07 UTC 2007
I have an ntfs partition I want to mount at boot time.
However, ntfs-3g, being a userspace filesystem, isn't available at boot time
and I get an error message when from the mountall.sh script.
Is this simply a matter of getting some modules into the initrd image, or is
there another way to get a userspace filesystem to mount automatically
(short of just creating another script at init level 2).
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