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[Fwd: Re: Mount remote ntfs partition?]

I forgot to reply to BLU instead of Scott directly. See reply below.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Mount remote ntfs partition?
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 20:54:38 -0500
From: jbk <jbk at>
To: Scott Ehrlich <srehrlich at>
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Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> I should have been a _bit_ more specific.   I am very aware of
> smbclient, but have simply not seen it implemented in a rescue or
> startup boot medium, such as floppy or CD.   My only experience with
> Samba has been on a production system.
> So, the task now is to find a bootable Linux medium (floppy or CD)
> which will allow me to decide between dhcp or static addressing, then
> let me log in via smbclient and mount a share via smbmount and
> finally, I can perform the imaging via dd.
I have just used bitdefenders live CD to boot my laptop and access the
ntfs drive. It comes ready to mount the ntfs share. You can start a
samba server from it if necessary.

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