Thursday, June 29, 2006

How to achieve native NTFS write support under Linux

This site details ways to achieve native NTFS write support on your
Linux box using the ntfsmount tool and the ntfs-fuse user-space
filesystem driver. These tools have yielded very promising success
rates in writing to NTFS volumes with 0% corruption. Packages are
available for most distros including Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat and Arch.
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