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NTFS is a file system that is not used for sharing files over the network, such as NFS or Samba. Whether you are using dual boot is irrelevant - it might be more modern and interesting for you to look into OS virtualization, such as free Oracle VirtualBox, which will allow you to run different OS's on one computer at the same computer
Oracle Linux, beside the kernel and oracle extras, is essentially the same as Red Hat Enterprise Linux or any other derivative such as CentOS. There are many good tutorials on the web that explain how to share files between RHEL and Windows. I suggest to check the deployment guide at https://linux.oracle.com/documentation/ or for information using Google, e.g. sharing files between RHEL and Windows.
Dude, I think the OP want to access the NTFS files in the Windows partition while booting on Linux.
You can do this on say ubuntu.
to the OP, if that's the case, I am afraid that those packages are not included in RH/OL (be able to read write an NTFS partition)
If you have plenty of ram, try DUDE suggestion of VirtualBox , a OL inside your windows.
If read/write ntfs is required, give a try to ubuntu?
Yes, I see what you mean. The OP probably wants to do both: Accessing the NTFS partition when booting into Linux and over the network from another Windows machine. For NTFS support under Oracle Linux, the following might still be useful: Oracle Linux NTFS how-to
1. Try this link:
I believe there is a way to mount NTFS in Fedora, not sure about RHEL or OL:
"Select Hard Drives from the panel and find your Windows partition from the Disk Information displayed. Windows partitions normally use the FAT or FAT32 file system type. This file system type can be mounted and read within Linux; however, if your Windows partition uses NTFS, then you cannot mount and read from it as Red Hat Enterprise Linux does not support NTFS file systems."
2. Try think link: