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SubjectRe: Microsoft NT/W2K/Linux NTFS Repair/Debug Tool

Wait they attacked you after the request for cross over support?

On Thu, 14 Sep 2000, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:

>
>
> Cesar,
>
> Microsoft has threatened us with litigation due to our support of Linux
> NTFS development, and we have dissolved our NTFS licensing agreements
> with Microsoft in response to their demands that cease to support Linux
> development. Microsoft demanded that we delete any and all NTFS tools
> we had been providing to customers based on their intellectual
> property. As a result of this, we can no longer provide this tool in
> the United States. There are folks on the linux list, however, who can
> provide assistance, so I am forwarding you there.
>
> Jeff Merkey
> CEO, TRG
>
>
> "César F. Acebal" wrote:
> >
> > Dear Sir:
> >
> > I have just seen your message in the Linux Kernel Archive. The true is
> > that I have damaged my NTFS partition of Windows 2000 Server, and I was
> > wondering if there were a chance to recover the information on it (it
> > was all my data there, and I have no emergency repair disk).
> >
> > Can you help abot this, please?
> >
> > Thank you very much in advance!
> >
> > César F. Acebal
> > acebal@ieee.org
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