For openindiana is the ntfs-3g package in the SFE (spec file extra) package repository available. Just add the publish by running
pkg set-publisher -p http:
and install the ntfs-3g package by running:
pkg install ntfs-3g
ln -s /devices/pseudo/fuse@0:fuse /dev/fuse
The last command adds a missing link. Now it’s time to find the disk name and partition number for mounting the ntfs file system by running
that shows as something like
AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:
0. c3t0d0 <ATA-ST9320423AS-HPM1 cyl 17262 alt 2 hd 255 sec 63>
Specify disk (enter its number):
where c3 indicating the controller, t0 is the target-id, determined by the SCSI target-id number set on the device.
After the target number each disk has got a LUN-id number, in the example d0. This number is determined by the SCSI LUN-id.
After specifying the disk number (in my case 0) we can issue:
the find the partition number and it shows something like
Partition Status Type Start End Length %
========= ====== ============ ===== === ====== ===
1 IFS: NTFS 0 12 13 0
2 IFS: NTFS 12 21648 21637 56
3 Active Solaris2 21649 38913 17265 44
the second partition will be mounted by
ntfs-3g /dev/dsk/c3t0d0p0 /home/*my user name*/Desktop/windows
You only cam mount to an existing folder, in this case on my Desktop.