On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 09:52:57AM +0000, John P. Looney mentioned:
> It will always be experimental, as there is no published spec for NTFS,
> as far as I can tell.
I should have been more clear - no published standard for NTFS. Microsoft
may make changes in the future that work fine with Windows but will have
trouble for any other software. Nothing malicous, just that when they add
new features, they won't test Linux NTFS support before releasing it.
I think NTFS3.0 worked fine, and 3.1 (with win2k) introduced some new fun
stuff that breaks under some circumstances.
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