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>I think you may have a tough time finding that. Supposedly, NTFS is a c1
>(supposedly soon to be c2) secure file system, which means that no OS
>except for NT is supposed to be able to read/write from it. I heard that
>MS is considering legal action against the guy who wrote the NTFS-read
>stuff for linux, since the code was copywrite or some such.

Hey, sounds exactly like scientology! The operative term here is
"fair use". As long as the guy didn't actually copy some of Micro$ofts
code he should be ok.

>
>I personally think the only way a micro$oft operating/file system will be
>secure is to turn the computer off. In my opinon, this doesn't change
>the amount of usefullness versus when the machine is turned on.
>:-)

:-)

Alain

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