Discussion in 'All other topics' started by hk2npck, Oct 26, 2004.
anyone know of anything that will can not only read, but write to NTFS partitions under linux?
There used to be a project on SourceForge trying to get a working driver but I think it was abandonded. http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net
It might be easier to go the other way. There are Linux ext2/ext3 filesystem drivers for NT so you can always boot into NT to transfer files between ntfs and ext2/3 partitions if you have a dual boot machine.
Another way to access ntfs files from linux is over the network. If you have a second machine, share the ntfs files on the first machine and access them over a network from the second.
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