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

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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 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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Can 'nix handle NTFS ADS data streams?

Two-three years ago, I experimented (in Windows) with NTFS ADS meta-data (Alternate Data Streams). It seemed like an interesting idea, but it is certainly not "portable". Is there an NTFS-ADS ...
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pure-ftpd permission denied on external usb drive

I have a sheevaplug PC (Debian installed) that I'm trying to setup my personal FTP server with. So far I was able to set up auto mounting and installed pure-ftpd. I currently have autofs setup to ...
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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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Can I read and write to alternate HFS+ file forks or NTFS data streams from Linux?

It's possible to mount both Apple HFS+ and Microsoft NTFS filesystems under Linux. Both filesystems support multiple content streams per file, though this is not widely used. Apple uses the term ...
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Mount NTFS Partition on Startup in Ubuntu

I have a 10 gigabyte partition which I use for files which I share between my Windows installation and my Oneiric Ocelet (Ubuntu) installation. My Eclipse workspaces exist on this partition. Eclipse ...
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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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Unable to mount NTFS partition from user account

I'm trying to mount a Windows ntfs partition on openSuse 11.4. When I mount it using the root account (either directly or via sudo) it mounts without problems. But when I try mounting it without any ...
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How to have correct permissions of files from usb disks?

Does anyone have the following problem? I have an Ubuntu box at work and also one at home. I always copy folders/files to/from an usb disk to/from my boxes. I have to change permissions of ...
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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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Writing on NTFS drives (on Debian Wheezy)

I am currently setting up a personal server on Debian Wheezy. My machine is an ARM based architecture (Cubox). The problem appear when I want to mount and use my NTFS external hard drives. The mount ...
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Which filesystem to use when a samba share should allow for NTFS encryption?

I'm using a NAS (Buffalo LinkStation Pro with SSH access, if that matters) which runs Linux (2.6.31.8 #1 Fri Jun 8 11:07:30 JST 2012 armv5tel GNU/Linux, with smbd --version = Version ...
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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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How to read NTFS drives in Linux (RHEL 6)?

My system is on dual boot. I have installed both RHEL 6 and win7 in it. I use RHEL mostly and I want to use my windows' NTFS drive in RHEL. How can I do it? Tell me the procedure.