I just got to know that the company Paragon just released NTFS+HFS for Linux 9.0. It installs like a charm.
However, now I want to use it when booting up and when mounting all NTFS-drives at bootup.
The compiling/install script produces some files, most notably 2 kernel modules and one .so file.
I tried to modify the linuxrc file but my added "modprobe" or "insmod" line didn't work ; there is no "modprobe" or "insmod" at that boot time available.
So can you tell me what to do to insmod these modules and replace the NTFS-stuff in the linuxrc?
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In the meantime, I made a tiny bash script:
(Nothing special. But somehow, I want to implement this in the initrd.xz ...................no idea how to do the modprobe there......)
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#!/bin/sh ### mount all ntfs drives as ufsd script by ATT, based on snippets of linuxc script by fanthom <http://www.porteus.org> MOPT="noatime,nodiratime,suid,dev,exec,async" dev=`blkid | grep 'TYPE="ntfs"' | cut -d: -f1 | cut -d/ -f3` modprobe ufsd for x in $dev; do if [ ! -d /mnt/$x ]; then mkdir /mnt/$x fi echo "mounting /dev/$x to /mnt/$x"; mount -t ufsd /dev/$x /mnt/$x -o $MOPT 2>/dev/null done