inux NTFS (New Technology File System) is the standard file system of Windows.

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Differences in permission handling of an NTFS filesystem and an EXT4 filesystem mounted in linux [closed]

What is the difference between permission handling of an NTFS mounted filesystem in linux and an EXT4 filesystem? See How to make an ext4 file writable on mounting by a user (not root) and How do I ...
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rsync --verbose always shows directory structure when syncing to NTFS volume

When you run rsync with the -v option, for example rsync -av "/from/this/dir/" "/to/this/dir" ... you will get a list of what was updated/deleted etc. So, the first run will give you a bunch of ...
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FAT32 / NTFS + isofs on USB

I have a bootable USB disk: # dd if=/path/to/os_image.iso of=/dev/sdb (...everything OK...) # sudo dumpe2fs /dev/sdb dumpe2fs 1.42.9 (4-Feb-2014) dumpe2fs: Bad magic number in super-block while ...
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rm: cannot remove Input/output error in part of folder in a permanently mounted NTFS drive

I was experimenting with HDF5 installation from a permanently mounted NTFS data partition so lots of deletion etc. Now part of the folder (containing some codes etc.) is not deleting and showing the ...
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External HDD won't Mount during Boot

I've got a Cubox-i4Pro running Debian Jessie hooked up to an external USB3/eSATA dual HDD dock (via eSATA). It originally only had one WD Green 2TB drive installed. Via UUID in fstab this auto mounted ...
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Permission problem with cp/mv and nfs

I have a drive with ntfs mounted on one computer and made available to a second computer using NFS. On the second computer I'm able to read and write to this drive but with a catch; cp will create a ...
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Windows safe characters from Linux

I've been copying large amounts of files from a Linux backup to a NTFS partition. The purpose is to have all files accessible from Windows. From this experience I've learned the following. NTFS ...
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How to mount a encrypted MS Windows 7 partition in Linux?

I have a dual-boot Windows 7 and Linux Mint. In Windows 7 I have 2 partitions, 1 for the system (C:) and another for data (D:). The data partition was encrypted with Bitlocker. I can use it in Windows ...
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RAID0 worse that write speeds of hard drives independently

So I have two hard drives one connect with SATA and one with USB3.0 SATA (/dev/sdc1): Apple HDD Toshiba USB (/dev/sde2): Western Digital Technologies, Inc. Elements SE Portable ...
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Mounting windows 10 GPT Partition centos 6

Windows 10 GPT Partition with important data, which I need to mount in centos 6. Current OS Version [root@dcconnect ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS release 6.7 (Final) [root@localhost ~]# parted ...
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NTFS compression and RSync

I currently have a hard drive that I backup using RSync. I do weekly; monthly snapshots. I would like to compress some of my hard drive using NTFS compression. How would that affect my future ...
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(ls) command won't show exact size - Weird output [closed]

I am trying to find the size of the files on my hard drive in exact bytes, but whenever the size gets too big the number turns all weird (like 1.98329e+12). Can I stop it from doing this or convert ...
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SOLVED Missing partition / drive Centos 7

I was trying to change permissions on one of my NTFS partitions and I think I have messed something up. I entered the below command on Centos 7 and now the partition is missing from the File Manager. ...
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Recovering data from broken (NTFS) partition

I'm trying to recover data from a Windows (NTFS) disk that became unreadable for some reason. I'm doing this from within a Linux Mint environment. I can see the partitions normally, and I also see ...
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Is there a linux fs kernel driver for NTFS R/W and how does it compare to the fuse solution?

Is there an out of tree linux kernel NTFS kernel driver that provides R/W capabilities? I know there's fuse+NTFS-3G, but I've had it consume way too many CPU cycles. My question is: is there a (...
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Raspberry Pi 2 running raspbian unmounts external hard drive every so often

I hope this is an ok place to ask this out of all the stack overflow communities there are. Anyway I have a raspberry pi 2 in my house that I keep around to backup some files and host media files ...
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can't install bootloader

So I was trying to install BBQLinux. I downloaded the ISO, put it on an USB-Stick, booted from it and used "Install BBQ Linux" on the desktop. At the end of the installation it gave me this error: ...
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Recover lost ntfs partition?

I made a live USB of ubuntu to install it on my hp pavilion running win 10. Was planning to do dual boot, but accidentally reformatted my main ntfs partition into an ext4. Is there any way I can ...
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understanding lsof during long operation on big file

Background I'm running Musicbrainz Picard to update a ~11M ogg file on a 500GB NTFS disk (Transcend StoreJet) connected via USB and mounted using autofs. The connection is through docking station. ...
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Mounting NTFS drive or folder as a Samba share on Raspbian Jessie

I'm working on a Raspberry Pi B+ with Raspbian Jessie. As far as I can tell, the drive is mounted read/write, but there's some kind of problem with where my Samba share is pointing to the mount point ...
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Default NTFS mount (R, R/W) of Raspbian Jessie?

What is the default mounting for an NTFS drive in Raspbian Jessie? In Raspbian Wheezy, the default was read-only, and to get read/write, you had to upgrade to ntfs-3g and modify the fstab file. See ...
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How can I make an NTFS partition writable?

When I try to access to an NTFS partition, I get this error message: Error mounting system-managed device /dev/sda3: Command-line `mount "/mnt/723DB8C4766C7701"' exited with non-zero exit ...
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Is it feasible to fill a ntfs partition/device pre install with zeroess?

In my question about copying with dd one of the commentors pointed out the method of filling the unused space with 0s. Is there a way for a dd of a 80 GB hard drive to be minimal in size? Now after ...
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ntfsclone on network no space left on device

I've got a clientmachine where I'm using a livecd to boot and backup the whole hard drive (1,8 GB is full, it has only 1 partition: NTFS as its a windows PC) onto a remote server (windows server [with ...
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How does inode work on ntfs partition?

I am using a multi OS computer. I have one hard drive with three major partitions, namely Windows, Ubuntu and Data(ntfs). And the ntfs Data Drive is mounted on Ubuntu. Suprisingly, when i call ll -i [...
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Folder Permission on Storage Mounted by User [duplicate]

I'm having trouble with an external hdd. Let us say there're two users; user, guest. Let the external storage be called hdde. User has automagically mounted hdde in Ubuntu (for some reason it's /media/...
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Mount an ntfs partition two times

I want to mount an ntfs partition on two different mount-points on my Debian. I have already done this with other file systems like vfat or ext4, but I am not able to do it with ntfs: mkdir -p /tmp/...
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Choosing File Format of /home between NTFS and Ext4, Understanding Trade Offs in Performance vs Data sharing with WinXP in Dual boot [closed]

I have Win Xp on first Primary Partition. I am leaving another 2 primaries for a future possible Win install. I am planning my Logical partitions to install a Linux Mint. I read that a separate /home ...
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Has any version of unix run on NTFS?

Has any version of unix like OS run on NTFS? Ubuntu appears to not currently
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Can't mount my NTFS partition on Windows or Linux

During my formatting, I did some move on my partitions, and the one with all my data to keep can't be mount any more (/dev/sdc1). On Windows 8.1 I got a "You need to format this partition" message. ...
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Comparing 2 partitions on identical disks

I have 2 physically identical disks. Each with 1 partition: | Disk | FS | Size | Comment | |----------+------+----------+----------------------------------| | /dev/...
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Give non root user permission to mount NTFS partition

When an external storage device like a flash drive is plugged in, it gets automatically mounted without any root authentication by nautilus. But why does mounting NTFS partitions within the same ...
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gpart finds partitions but puts zeroes on all their specs

So this isn't my hard drive I'm working on so I'm not too sure how it got into this state. My friend had Windows XP on it and wasn't using it much then suddenly it wouldn't boot anymore. He just wants ...
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ntfs issue with rsync: read errors mapping permission denied (13)

I have an issue when I want to rsync folders from my external backup hard disk to my NAS. I get this error : read errors mapping permission denied (13) I have root rights; if I want to change ...
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Granular control of rwx permissions on NTFS partition

I am running a Ubuntu-Windows dual boot setup, and I have a third NTFS partition for my shared data (documents, music, downloads, etc). I currently mount the partition using /etc/fstab like so: UUID=&...
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Need help retrieving FAT32 partition from an unallocated portion of an external HD

I was going to create a liveusb out of my external HD, as indicated in the archwiki, using the dd command, except I didn't know what the result of the command would be. I then realized that it ...
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Mount 'hibernated' windows partition, ciphered with bitlocker

My windows 8.1, ciphered with bitlocker, was damaged during system update process somehow. Now it boots only to recovery mode and I can't use password for bitlocker drive unlocking. I lost my recovery ...
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How to resolve hostnames with Raspbian 5/5/2015?

I'm relatively new to Linux and falling down the tree and hitting every branch on the way down (it seems). I'm trying to share an NTFS drive, or a directory on the drive, via samba, and I have found ...
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Partition still almost full but files seem to have been lost. What happened?

I'm running a dual-booting computer with Windows 7 and Linux Mint installed on it, and I am using a logical NTFS partition that can be accessed both from Linux and Windows. After having started ...
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udev+udisks2: udisksctl gives 'Error looking up object for device'

In Debian Wheezy I had a special rule for my ntfs usb hdd. When it is inserted it is mounted in /media under a specific sub-folder. ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{serial}=="<serial_number&...
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rm not deleting file, thinks its a directory

I have a hard drive with windows loaded on it hooked up to my Linux machine for backing up some of the information. I want to delete one of the 'temporary internet files' folders and it deleted all ...
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NTFS formatting disabled while using Gparted in CentOS 7

I am using GParted for formatting my usb-device(a pendrive). And, I unmounted my device using the GUI program itself. The device doesn't show mounted anymore. When I try to format my usb-device(/dev/...
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To recover harddrive of partial formatting to NTFS from FAT

I have a partial formatting of a new disk (2TB of Buffalo) which I was going to format into NTFS from FAT (most probably fileformat of new disks). However, I removed the cable by accident. No ...
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NTFS partitions with high IO load causes consuming all processor time

My system (linux 3.16, ntfs-3g 2013.1.13AR.1) has 2 NTFS partitions and 2 ext4. I have 2 hard drives, each of them has 1 ntfs and 1 ext4. I've noticed that high inpit-ouput on NTFS partitions causes ...
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Delete and recreate of NTFS file format in Extended partition will maintain driver letter?

One of my computer system is having the disk partition like below 1-Primary (NTFS) (boot) 2-Primary (NTFS) (Windows C: Drive) (windows XP OS) + (software installed) 3-Primary (NTFS) (Windows D: ...
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What is the proper way of mounting external devices on NixOS

I have a usb stick and NTFS hard drive partition that I'd want to use in nixos. On some other distribution I'd mount it using ntfs-3g in /mnt. But on nixos the directory doesn't exist, I suppose nixos ...
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Can't mount partitions!

I have currently installed Debian in my system alongside Windows 8.1. I have a problem in mounting my other partitions in debian. When trying to open it the following error pops up: Error mounting /...
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slow disk I/O speed on NTFS partition

My Laptops internal 640 GB HDD ,WD Scorpio blue(WD6400BPVT). It has 5 partitions. 120 GB NTFS partition, primary, sda1 250 GB NTFS, extended, sda5 20 GB / (root), sda6 4 GB /swap, sda7 ~ 202 GB /...
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7-Zip slows down over time on Ubuntu but not Windows

I have a directory called Pages of 2.2 million HTML files (about 80 GB) on an Ubuntu server. I compressed it with 7-Zip using this command: 7z a -mx=9 Pages.7z Pages It took around 5-6 hours to ...
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Problems with partition table on 3tb NTFS drive

I have a 3tb HDD which was formatted with NTFS and put in a USB enclosure. It was used under Windows and Linux, with no problems for a year. Recently it stopped mounting under Linux and Windows, and ...