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

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Recover from interrupted partition move

So, I was trying to shift my (NTFS) data partition to the right to accommodate expanding my boot partition. I was using gparted on a Fedora 20 live USB; about 230/560 GB in I closed my laptop, ...
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How to set apache Document root on ntfs partition?

I'm running Arch Linux and installed apache, php and mysql (not mariadb) there. Arch root partition have limited size, because I set big partition on ntfs filesystem for shared files between OS (I'm ...
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Ubuntu - No space left on device (NTFS)

I have a server which stores a lot of data, I keep many nested directories with millions of files in them. While trying to move one big directory (~700GB) from one disk to another I get an error: mv ...
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Setting correct permissions automatically for certain file type when file is copied from non-Linux file system

The main reason I want this is my heavy use of dircolors, especially for ls --color=auto. For example, whenever a .mp3 file is copied from NTFS, it will have permissions set by umask 022 which ought ...
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Restoring data from NTFS formatted pre-ext4 partition

MS recovery just formatted my 1TB Backup disk to NTFS which was ext4 before. It was an MBR disk before but now it's a GPT one. Now I'm on SystemResqueCD and can check with the testdisk. What is the ...
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“ls -lh” directories reported size : Linux vs CIFS mounted drives

From a Linux box, I recently mounted a Windows share using CIFS. The intent was to "locally" use rsync to backup my Windows machine. The command line used to mount the Windows drive is something ...
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How to mount a disk encrypted with cryptsetup(crypto_LUKS) in Ubuntu 14.04?

I have a 4TB Disk formatted as NTFS and some data has been written into it. I then tried to encrypt it and mapped it to /dev/mapper/volume_sde1 like this: $ lsblk -io ...
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Lost Win7 boot after installing UBUNTU Vivid

I have a dual boot system (Win7 for my company) and (UBUNTU 14.10) .. My company is using Encryption for the image of Win7. After Win7 installation i installed UBUNTU 14.10 and i was able to boot ...
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Trouble understanding why getfattr -d doe not show anything

The successful command from which I started: getfattr -n system.ntfs_times /media/hdd/oldfolder/ output getfattr: Removing leading '/' from absolute path names # file: media/hdd/oldfolder/ ...
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Win7 NTFS Partition is empty using Linux LiveCD

my flatmate crashed her windows installation badly. And of course she just had 1 partition C: on it and no backup. And of course there are very important documents on the HDD. I tried to recover ...
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How do I resize a windows partition without using gparted?

Suppose I have a native (i.e. coming from manufacturers) windows 7 installation on a laptop (with an SSD device, BIOS/MBR partition table if that matters). The partition on the device is completely ...
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Repair or recover seemingly damaged partition on USB external disk

A friend brought this WD My Passport external harddrive to me to see if I could recover her files. The device is "not working" after a power outage. As per her testimony, when the device is connected ...
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how does linux kernel deal with windows NTFS filesystem?

I am reading a text (R. W. Smith LPIC_1 study Guide) that says: Linux can reliably read NTFS and can overwrite existing files, but the Linux kernel can’t write new files to an NTFS partition. ...
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Did I unintentionally delete my entire hard drive?

A while ago I backed up a Linux folder onto a Windows disk drive I had lying around. Recently I was scanning through those files when I realized that I had unintentionally copied over many unwanted ...
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“wget --restrict-file-names=windows” seems to fail converting links for NTFS

I've downloaded a website from the net using the wget command-line tool with --restrict-file-names=windows so that once the download is complete I could copy the downloaded files to a mounted Windows ...
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How to recover the partition table using testdisk or gparted?

I have got a 1 TB seagate external hard disk which got corrupted somehow. I was able to recover the files using the photorec tool that comes with testdisk. But the files are not organised in their ...
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How to find password, knowing username on broken file system

My external HDD got broken. It was formatted with NTFS. In one of the files I had my login and password stored in plain text. Is there any possibility to find this password by looking for the ...
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Grub rescue after corrupted hard-drive (“read-only filesystem”)

I run xubuntu 12.04 alongside a NTFS storage partition and a windows 8 partition. I moved my MySQL data directory off the xubuntu (ext4) partition, onto the NTFS partition, and did an import of a ...
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Cannot mount external USB drive

I'm on Debian Jessie and I have an external USB drive with NTFS. I plugged it into my Raspberry Pi, which then spontaneously restarted (probably the power consumption was too high for the adapter I'm ...
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Why are NTFS partitions displayed but NTFS-3G partitions are not?

I'm running Debian Wheezy and have three internal ntfs Windows partitions (main, boot, and recovery). They are mounted via entries in fstab. The filesystem specified for the boot and recovery ...
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mount command permissions: ntfs vs. ntfs-3g

I see numerous how-to examples for mounting an ntfs partition with either a mount command or an entry in fstab. In all cases, specifying ntfs as the filesystem is associated with also specifying ...
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Directories showing up in green(executable) even after removing execute permission for all. (Ubuntu 12.04) [duplicate]

I just copied a directory from a USB flash drive. I copied it from an NTFS drive and so all the files had execute permission. I executed chmod -x * to undo the execute permission. Despite that, all ...
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Shell Script To Find Windows Partitions and Replace Desktop Image [closed]

I am in need of a shell script that will detect Windows partitions and replace the desktop image and place an image on the Desktop. I need it to detect if there are multiple disks in on the computer, ...
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Create NTFS partition (in Linux) for dual-boot into Linux/Windows 7

I have installed Linux (Debian) onto my computer (which is not partitioned). Want I want to do is to create an NTFS partition so that I can install Windows 7 onto my computer, so I can dual-boot into ...
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Can a file be corrupted by copying from NFS to CIFS?

I have Linux RedHat 6.x, and I mounted a Windows 2008 R2 NFS share. If I copy data from my Linux machine to Windows, that doesn't seem like any harm. But if I take that file that is in my exported ...
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Mounting NTFS Drives in Linux Mint

My laptop is an Aspire E1 -431. When I installed Linux Mint 15 and 17, I found that the NTFS drives cannot be mounted: Error mounting /dev/sda3 at /media/kutti/BE6C20D66C208B6B: Command-line `mount ...
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How to give Windows partions' file execute permission

I have installed Linux Mint 17 and Windows 8, as dual boot. 500GB hard disk has 5 partitions. Two of them are NTFS and the other 3 are ext4 partitions. When I log into Windows, I can not see any ...
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How can I tell If a file is NTFS encrypted?

When I copied some files from work onto my external hard drive it copied them as encrypted files. NOTE: The drive is not encrypted - just individual files. Now when I try to copy files from the ...
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“no such file or directory” message when deleting a file that exists on NTFS

I have a directory with images. Suddenly I found out that there's a new image with a new name. The image content is similar to another image in another directory but with a different name. I didn't ...
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NTFS USB-Connected Partition Will Not Mount

First Error, when connecting the drive or attempting to mount it manually: Mount is denied because the NTFS volume is already exclusively opened. The volume may be already mounted, or another ...
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Unable to open Windows Disk partitions in solaris 11

Not sure if I have come to the right place with the right problem but I don't really have much option as I have not found even a close solution to my problems in any other website during my tireless ...
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Can't access NTFS drives after Elementary OS install

I have just setup Elementary OS. I have two hard drives on my desktop and I can’t access either one of them via file manager. To be precise I have two partitions with data that I need to access; ...
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How was ntfs-3g created?

Since NTFS is a proprietary file system created by Microsoft, how did the ntfs-3g developers manage to create an open source version of the NTFS drivers without referring to the NTFS source code? Or ...
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Accessing Windows7_OS partition from Linux on a dual-boot

Are there any limitations on accessing the Windows7_OS partition while I am booted on my Linux OS? Occasionally I like to browse files that are on my Windows partition or copy files to my Linux drive ...
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Find total file size of a disk

I have a corrupted NTFS volume. I ran rsync to copy everything from it, which reported a total # bytes transferred at the end. What's another tool I can use to verify the total # bytes on the disk ...
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Imaging a corrupted NTFS

I have an ext. drive with a corrupted NTFS (in the sense that NTFS-3G refuses to mount it). I really want to just take an image of the drive, stash that somewhere for later, and reformat the drive so ...
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fdisk -l shows ext3 file system as HPFS/NTFS

I have an external HDD which I formatted as NTFS partition in Windows. Now, I formatted this HDD in my linux system using the below command. mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdb1 It was formatted successfully. ...
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Make Linux forbid colons in file names on NTFS partitions

Does Linux really allow colons in file names, even on NTFS partitions? Why is that? And is there any option to set it straight, and do not allow colons (and other characters restricted by Windows) in ...
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Files missing from NTFS drive and drive is split into many

Using kali linux 1.0 in dual boot with windows 8. I have an NTFS partition (D: on windows) I usually mount it on both OS. I face the following problem 1. cannot access some folders in NTFS partition. ...
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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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Problems using NTFS file system with kali linux

Using kali linux 1.0 in dual boot with windows 8. I have an NTFS partition (D: on windows) I usually mount it on both OS. I face the following problem Windows disk repair utility keeps on reporting ...
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Can't access Windows drive: “Windows is hibernated, refused to mount”

I'm using Fedora 20 along with Windows 8. However, I'm unable to access the contents of the drive in which Windows 8 is installed. It shows: Error mounting /dev/sda2/ The NTFS partition is in unsafe ...
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Can (and how) KVM use NTFS storage?

Using SL6.4, I am trying to create a new KVM virtual machine using virt-manager. When defining storage at default pool, it boots up OK. However, when trying to use storage located on external NTFS ...
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How to mount an NTFS drive as utf8 over NFS

Question How to mount a nfs share (NTFS formatted fileystem) as utf8 in CentOS 6.5? What I tried mount -o iocharset=utf8 mount -o nfs=utf8 mount -o utf8=1 mount -o utf8 Problem: When I ...
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Windows / Unix Share

I have a NFS + SMB share on my Win server called 'media' (same path). Both shares are read-only for guests - the Win server add files and both protcols can read them. Now things getting more ...
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Does Live Linux CD in general have safe handling of Windows NTFS files

I was reading this article - how do I Access or mount windows NTFS partition in Linux that mentions: NTFS3G is an open source cross-platform, stable, GPL licensed, POSIX, NTFS R/W driver used in ...
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How to delete a NTFS filesystem file whose name contains “:”?

I backup some of my Linux files in a NTFS removable hard disk several days ago, this time I need to remove those files. But I find it difficult since: On windows, it complains that "Could not find ...
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rsync vs mtime and ctime

I've been using rsync for Android to backup my phone to a remote NTFS filesystem on a Linux system for a while. Recently, the HDD containing the NTFS filesystem has started to fail (or throw "I/O ...
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Running executables on an NTFS partition?

My system configuration is the following: UEFI computer Dual-boot with Windows 8 and Linux Mint 15 Olivia I would like to be able to run Linux executables that are stored on an NTFS partition ...