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[vox-tech] (fwd) Re: Why is NTFS writing recommended against?
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[vox-tech] (fwd) Re: Why is NTFS writing recommended against?

Relevant to prior discussions here about Linux drivers for NTFS and
their limitations.

-- forwarded message --
From: szcs@abuse.co.uk
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.setup
Subject: Re: Why is NTFS writing recommended against?
Date: 29 Sep 2005 00:06:30 -0700

> > BTW, ntfsmount from the latest ntfsprogs CVS supports file and
> > directory creation, modification, removal, rename, hard links, etc. It
> > needs FUSE in the kernel and it works quite fine for me!
> Hooray!  Szabolcs, does I correctly infer that "modification" includes
> writes that change file sizes?

Yes. General file size modification works since June, ntfscp uses it.
First it was released in ntfsprogs 1.10.0. The others exists only in
CVS currently.

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