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Mounting NTFS partitions in Linux
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For most of the newer Linux distributions this isn't an issue anymore, the mounting is done automatically and most users don't know what's happening behind the scenes. However I'm providing this guide for two purposes: Firstly, for that occasional time that you encounter a distribution that doesn't automount your NTFS partitions and as a general learning tutorial. This tutorial will cover mounting your partitions both with and without write support.
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