> The kernel's NTFS driver can do R/W, but it's considered somewhat
> experimental and hazardous to your data, and thus is disabled by
So I am wrong, so if linux can write to ntfs, I should be able mount the XP partition in such a way as the Mandrake Diskdrake can resize the partition.
> If you'd like this to improve right away, urge Microsoft Corporation to
> cooperate with the international coder community, and then sit and wait
> for the proverbial snowfall in Hades.
What click through the 30 asp pages of Microsoft complaint pages, just to be told "There is no know solution for your problem", submit an email that says "Microsoft is the problem" only to be told "Microsoft software is better then open source software, that's why we nicked the BSD tcp stack, QED"? Well maybe later hehe.
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