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Clonezilla: Mounting an NTFS Folder
I love this forum a lot and I know that some of the users use Clonezilla to clone their and others' Windows 7 partitions, so I wanted to ask this question here; and yes, I have been to the Clonezilla forums.
I am trying to create an automated savedisk operation with 'ocs_prerun's.
I need to mount the folder, let's say sdd3/Fldr, so that Clonezilla can write the images to or read the images from the 'Fldr' folder in the partition sdd3.
sdd3 is an NTFS partition.
It is easier with a FAT32 partition, but when it comes to NTFS, things are changing in a way that I couldn't solve yet.
Does anybody know how can I do it?
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