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SubjectRe: Linux and NT
ulmo@q.net wrote:
>
> > > Is Linux able to read the NT filesystem? I never heard about that so I
> > > assume not. But why? Is there a special reason?
> >
> > Yes, Linux CAN read the NT filesystem, but the driver hasn't been released
> > yet (waiting for v2.1).
>
> Which begs the question, when 2.1?

Well, there is something for reading NTFS, i have not tested this
myself, but
you are welcome to try.

ftp://ftp.frontier.dk/Linux/Network/FileSystem/ntfs-9.tar.gz

___(README)___________________________________________________________________
This is a read-only driver for the Windows NT file system, or NTFS.
Read the file INSTALL on how to compile the driver and supporting tools.
Make sure you understand that this is alpha software. This means that
the
implementation is neither complete nor well-tested. Still, it works for
me
and others, so you can try it out. You should know how to restore the
system
after a crash, and have a backup of any valuable data, just in case.
__(END)_______________________________________________________________________

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