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Tool to create a bad physical location report on disk

I am in need of a tool that would run on an Ubuntu system that would be able to report the following: Bad physical locations on a disk (cylinders, sectors) Files that are affected by these bad ...
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How do I prepare Windows NTFS drives on Linux

I'm upgrading my windows desktop hardware and doing a clean OS install. I'm using SystemRescueCD to prepare my old drives for the upgrade. Long story short, a bit of an emergency, I coudln't do this ...
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How do I get the creation date of a file on an NTFS logical volume?

I created an NTFS logical volume on my Linux system for Windows file storage because I want to retain the creation date of my files (I would probably zip them into an archive and then unzip them, ...
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How do I mount an NTFS partition in /etc/fstab and prevent files/directories from receiving exec permissions when they're created?

I have an NTFS partition that I want to mount using /etc/fstab. I don't want any files to have executable permissions on this drive, so I wrote the following rule: /dev/sda2 /media/sharedfolder ntfs ...
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Cannot execute files on another partition

On my system I have three partitions: one is shared between W7 and Linux Mint (NTFS), and the other two are OS-specific. In my home directory I have created a symbolic link to another directory on ...
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Can CONFIG_NTFS_FS be disabled completely?

I use ntfs-3g as file system type , I'm wondering if CONFIG_NTFS_FS is still necessary ? Seem you could remove that. Also does ntfs-3g have better performance than kernel ntfs driver ?
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Where to find source code of Linux NTFS driver?

Brief description : Linux driver gives us a chance to interface with an NTFS filesystem. Thanks to this driver, we can use built-in Linux commands on an NTFS filesystem. Ex : ls, chown, chmod, cd, ...
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Whats the best way to copy files from an ext3 file system to a NTFS and maintain the ownership and permissions?

I need to transfer over 1tb of data from a share on a ext3 file system that our corporate office uses. The share contains files with different owners and groups and needs to be copied over maintaining ...
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Getting Samba on suse to work with NTFS drives [closed]

For a server with samba. I've just added (to the server, just shoved it in) an ntfs drive with some stuff and I want to access it through win7 (home edition). After a small struggle I've managed to ...