NTFS RW enabled

Niklaus (niklaus@gamebox.net)
Mon, 14 Jul 2003 01:47:02 +0530

I have enabled NTFS RW in kernel and compiled it as a module.Everything went fine.
I then loaded the module and mounted my win2k drive which is /dev/hda12.
This is the output of mount
/dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part12 on /mnt/12 type ntfs (rw)
As you can see /dev/hda12 or part12 is mounted rw.
Even i tried this
/dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part12 on /mnt/12 type ntfs (rw,uid=0,umask=022)

When i cd to /mnt/12 and do

Foo:/mnt/12# ls
System Volume Information
Foo:/mnt/12# mkdir check
mkdir: cannot create directory `check': Operation not permitted
Foo:/mnt/12# touch try
touch: cannot touch `try': Permission denied
Foo:/mnt/12# echo hi > foo
bash: foo: Permission denied
Why aren't the commands working. I am sure i have enabled RW in kernel.I
did it twice.
kernel version is 2.4.21.

What should i do to create a directory or file in NTFS drive (/mnt/12).
Do i need special tools or how do i do it ?

Thank you

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