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From: Michal Žeravík <michalz@...>
Subject: Re: full write access to ntfs
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 17:40:22 +0100
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Paul de Vrieze wrote:
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  <pre wrap="">On Wednesday 01 March 2006 17:17, Michal Žeravík wrote:
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    <pre wrap="">Hi all,

anyone know how to get %subj% on native gentoo64?
Kernel has partial write support, captive-ntfs seems to be x86 only.
Is there any way?
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Write support is currently working best with the ntfs-progs / fuse combo. The 
version in portage is not current though, and the new version is probably 
better. You must have a fuse enabled kernel though.

Paul

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from linux-ntfs.org:<br>
<strong>Write support:</strong> Last, but not least, the kernel driver
now
does all sorts of mambo jumbo when mounting a volume R/W. Features come
slower than ntfsmount (fuse) but much more stable.<br>
<br>
So RW use of kernel-driver is now really reliable? (using
2.6.15-gentoo-r5)<br>
Or better to use ntfsprogs/fuse? <br>
<br>
michal<br>
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