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Why are NTFS partitions displayed but NTFS-3G partitions are not?

I'm running Debian Wheezy and have three internal ntfs Windows partitions (main, boot, and recovery). They are mounted via entries in fstab. The filesystem specified for the boot and recovery ...
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mount command permissions: ntfs vs. ntfs-3g

I see numerous how-to examples for mounting an ntfs partition with either a mount command or an entry in fstab. In all cases, specifying ntfs as the filesystem is associated with also specifying ...
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NTFS drive not mounting in Debian

This drive has been working fine for a while, but I recall having had some slight trouble getting it mounted in the past. Anyway, it was disconnected from the machine for some time and when I ...
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mount become corrupted over time

I have an external USB ntfs file system mounted to a linux server (4TB drive). Another server remotely RSYNCs a backup to this drive through the linux server. After a couple of days of this backup ...
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Does Live Linux CD in general have safe handling of Windows NTFS files

I was reading this article - how do I Access or mount windows NTFS partition in Linux that mentions: NTFS3G is an open source cross-platform, stable, GPL licensed, POSIX, NTFS R/W driver used in ...
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Unable to mount NTFS partition from user account

I'm trying to mount a Windows ntfs partition on openSuse 11.4. When I mount it using the root account (either directly or via sudo) it mounts without problems. But when I try mounting it without any ...