Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 6754
install wants ntfs but kernel doesn't support it
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:52 EDT
I installed RedHat 6.1 onto a PC with an existing NT
installation. The installer allowed me to specify a mount
point for my NTFS partition, and it put the mount point in
/etc/fstab, but when the machine rebooted after the install,
it couldn't mount the partition because the kernel didn't
Either the installer should install ntfs support if it is
needed, or it shouldn't allow the user to specify where a
NTFS partition should be mounted after the install.
This issue has been assigned to a developer for further action.
Concerning your email:
> I filed this bug report nine days ago. When am I going to get an
> answer about what I need to do to make my system to know to mount my
> ntfs partition?
> My 30 days of "free Web support" doesn't do me much good if you don't
> answer my questions.
> Jonathan Kamens
This is not part of your 30 days web support. You need to file a support ticket
Fixed in piglet.