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SubjectRe: status of ntfs write-support in 2.4.20
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I believe it is still very unsafe. It *can* be done but you have to mess with
scandisk everytime you reboot back to windows...it's very very dirty and quite
hackish. I wouldn't think about risking data on an NTFS partition through the
limited NTFS driver in Linux 2.4 (even 2.5.)

And windows NT/2000/XP partitions are all the same NTFS anyway.

Regards
Josh

On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 03:08:54PM +0100, folkert@vanheusden.com wrote:
> Hi,
>
> What is the status of NTFS WRITE(!)-support in 2.4.20?
> Is there any kernel which can do safely writing to windows nt(! not 2000
> or xp) partitions?
>
>
> Folkert
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