Lisa Muir wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> Just wondering what the current status is on NTFS write support from
> linux, is this still experimental or is it mainstream in the various
> kernels yet?
>> Its been such an issue for so long now that google searches etc throw
> up a lot of outdated links on the topic.
NTFS write support is available up to a certain version of NTFS, at
which point MS changed NTFS a little bit and write support can no longer
be considered stable.
Actually no, that's wrong.
The bottom line is.. as far as I read it.. read-only is totally
supported... write support is supported in the following case...
modification of a file (doesn't) affect the file size.
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