On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 09:16:57AM +0100, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> What about using a modified BBC that has a special kernel with read/write
> support for NTFS? Coz I can't see any reason why it couldn't be used to
> rescue ALL supported filesystems. I know sysinternals have a product, but I
> would prefer a free solution.
Jeff Merket of the Timpanogas group has working NT write support - it's good
enough that Microsoft sued him over it :-) I have corresponded with him
about a couple of times and he promised to make the code available to me to
integrate into the BBC. Unfortunately, promises are all I've had so far.
> Just how safe is NTFS write these days? Maybe you could give me some
In the standard kernel, about as safe as having sex in South Africa, except
that you might kill your filesystem quicker.
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