Fuseblk is a fuse-based block mechanism. It is a specialized filesystem that takes its root in user space and is used to mount read / write access for non-root users to NTFS partitions. FUSE is a user-space filesystem technology. To install the “ntfs-3g” software package on an Ubuntu 20.04 system. To do this, you need to enter a special command:
apt install ntfs-3g fuse
Next, to mount an NTFS partition on the machine after loading ntfs-3g or confirming that it is already loaded, you can enter the following program:
As a result of entering this command, you can get information about the disk devices available in your system. Now that you are familiar with this, you can run a specific command:
mount –t ntfs /dev/sda/ /mnt/ntfs
This will give you the ability to test the mount and the privileges it has to do so. Alternatively, you can use the umount command to unmount the NTFS partition at any time. Now run both of the above commands to mount and unmount the NTFS partition
mount | grep ntfs umount /mnt/ntfs
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