NTFS Disks on Linux

1) install FUSE
	tar zxvf fuse-2.7.0.tar.gz
	cd fuse-2.7.0
	./configure
	su root
	make
	make install
	/sbin/modprobe fuse
	

2) instal ntfsprogs, which includes mtfsmount
	tar zxvf ntfsprogs-2.0.0.tar.gz
	cd ntfsprogs-2.0.0
	./configure --enable-fuse-module
	make
	su root
	make install
	

see: linux-ntfs
To see which file systems are supported: cat /proc/filesystem
To see which disks are mountable: /sbin/fdisk -l
To mount Windows/NTFS partition or NTFS disk:
mkdir /mnt/c - faux directory where files will be seen
su root
/sbin/modprobe fuse
/usr/local/bin/ntfsmount /dev/hds1 /mnt/c fuse.ntfs locale=EN=en_US.utf8 0 0 - now files are accessible at /mnt/c/ directory
"/dev/hds1" was taken from /sbin/fdisk -l listing
Unmount before shudown:
umount /mnt/c or
umount /dev/hds1