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

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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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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: ...
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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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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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Why can I not cp from an NTFS mount?

I have the FUSE and NTFS-3G RPM packages installed. I've mounted an old drive I used to use and want to copy some files over from it. However cp spits out errors messages: # cp -av <FILE> ...
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Need help retrieving FAT32 partition from an unallocated portion of and 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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Mac OS X partition type problem

As a 2 decades of MS-Windows user I have switched to Mac OS X a month ago. And my knowledge is not enough to fix my big problem which I encountered yesterday and my brand new MBPro is dead now. I ...
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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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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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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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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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How to clone a NTFS partition (WinXP) from a damaged disk to a new one?

I'm an Italian Windows programmer. I know almost nothing of Linux, so please be patient if the question is dumb and pardon my bad english. I need to clone a NTFS partition from a damaged, near to die ...
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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", ...
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Partition still almost full but files seems 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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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 ...
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Grub - boot debian iso file from ntfs partition and install it

I have problem installing debian directly from hard drive. Say, i have a logical partition /dev/sda5 and there is debian DVD iso file located in (hd0,5)/iso/debian-8.0.0-amd64-DVD-1.iso with initrd ...
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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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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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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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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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“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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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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Formatting drives in linux always makes them read only [closed]

I'm using Debian 8 and trying to create an ntfs partition (on /dev/sdd). Whenever I format a drive either through the nautilus interface of right click > format... or even through command line ...
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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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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 ...
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Change the owner of an ntfs filesystem mounted via fstab

I want to mount a partition on boot and need it to have read, write and execute permissions. I'm using 64-bit Arch Linux and created the following /etc/fstab file: /dev/sda1 ...
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Mounting a hibernated Windows 8 NTFS partition on Linux Mint

I used Ubuntu for long even along Windows and SOMETIMES I got this problem for mounting the corresponding NTFS partition at the beginning, however with a pair of command lines to the console I got it ...
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“Input/output error” when accessing a directory

I want to list and remove the content of a directory on a removable hard drive. But I have experienced "Input/output error": $ rm pic -R rm: cannot remove `pic/60.jpg': Input/output error rm: cannot ...
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NTFS-3G: All files are an “unsupported reparse point”

I just connected my NTFS HDD to my homeserver and I have an odd problem. EVERY file on the HDD is displayed as an "unsupported reparse point" in ls -lsa I tried mounting with different permissions ...
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Constant reading using ext4

I had a disk with a full size NTFS partition. I just deleted it and created an EXT4 one. When it was NTFS, if it wasn't in use (mount but no in use) it was quiet. However now, using EXT4, it is ...
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Can't figure out what all these sd drives are

So I created a WindowsXP install using an NTFS drive in VMPlayer and now I want to make an image of it using dd. Here is the diskpart info from Windows: Then I use Kali as a live-cd and I find like ...
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Backup Files on ext4 to external NTFS drive

Would there be any problems in copying files on my Linux system with ext4 filesystem to an external drive that is formatted in NTFS? I'm reinstalling my OS and intend to copy these files back to my ...
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Need a shell script for copying files that have long and out of capacity names

I have a directory on a NTFS file system which contains files with short and long names, I entered copy command for that directory to be copied on a Ext2 file system, files with short names copied ...
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How to fix ntfs file problem when there is now windows?

I have a "stubborn" file on an NTFS partition which refuses to be deleted. A little background on the problem... Problem happened when I was running Zim on my Linux and the system froze due to some ...
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Unable to perform write & execute actions on ntfs partition. Not even with root privilege. Using arch linux.

Unable to perform write & execute actions on ntfs partition. ls -l shows that user have only the read permission. Group any others have non. i tried to copy some text from home to windows ...
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make `tar` archive from NTFS with non-ascii file names

Loaded a live disk into a Windows based machine with NTFS files. Being a Linux user for some years, using tar came to my mind instantly and made some backup archives from partitions and stored them ...
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Format windows (NTFS) hard drive on Ubuntu using command line

This is really a two part question. I've never formatted a hard dirve on Linux/Unix, so please bear with me. I had an old Windows machine which recently died. So I decided to put the hard drive into ...
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Permission denied on mounted devices

I have checked many similar questions but the solutions didn't work for me. On my previous Debian wheezy installation I could mount devices from GUI with no permission problem and also after upgrading ...
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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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The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state

I try to mount a NTFS partition in nautilus, and it refuse to mount it and suggests resume and shutdown Windows fully (no hibernation or fast restarting), the problem is that I have already disabled ...
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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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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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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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Why ext4 File System is better than NTFS? [closed]

For a presentation, I need to show ext4 File System is better than NTFS. I searched and got nice article on both ext4 and NTFS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext4 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS ...
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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 ...