Using xattrs, one can access Windows extended attributes using the following command
getfattr -h -n system.ntfs_ea Ntfs_Mount_Point/some_file
The problem is instead of an attribute list, it returns a raw single binary value encoded as base64 or hex containing all the underlying attributes. For example
I know how to get a parsed result using ntfsinfo, but it requires the volume to be unmounted and I m looking for a file copy based on xattr data which means I need the volume to be mounted.
So for example (since I know the attitude name I m needing), how to get the value of