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SubjectRe: NT file system?

> I suspect that this topic has come by before, but I don't remember the
> answer: MS Windows NT has a "native" file system, which I think is
> called NTFS. Is there Linux support for NTFS? (I notice that even
> the most recent 2.1 kernels don't have a directory named fs/ntfs, but
> some of the other filesystems have extremely little documentation, so
> I can't tell what systems they work on.)
It's still alpha. We have no problem to read most of the files of an NTFS
filesystem, and first attempts have been try to write a file. It's not
easy because of the lack of Microsoft documentation, and because NTFS is a
really complex filesystem (Linux could boot on it).

see : http://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de:80/~loewis/ntfs/

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