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Thread: Linux NTFS Write Support is now avaliable




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    http://www.jankratochvil.net/project/captive/

    I'm not sure if anybody has heard about this project, but they've had a complete success in the ability to read, write, modify, etc NTFS Filesystems through Linux and other free operating systems.

    I myself have been waiting for this feature for quite some time, and now thats its here, I can just about switch over full time :D
    I'm sure this is a strong sway for a lot of people too.

    Just thought I'd let everybody know :)
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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    very nice :D

    I've been able to read NTFS from linux for a while now, but being able to write to it is a whole new ball games. Thanks for the heads up
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    Thanks for the link! I've been playing with Knoppix for a little while and was thinking about installing a second hard drive to put one of the Linux flavors on rather than reformatting my main drive to FAT32. This may solve a few problems for me.
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