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NTFS driver

Page history last edited by Vasile 11 years, 1 month ago

NTFS driver

MG-35 is using the driver from Linux NTFS project and has write support compiled in. The version included in the official firmware is 2.1.6a (as reported in /proc/kmsg).The NTFS disk can be unmounted, remounted and files can be written to it via FTP. But there are heavy caveats.

 

From its documentation:

"Linux NTFS project is a reimplementation of the NTFS file system as a normal Linux driver. As such, it is probably more portable, but it is also more limited. Write support is extremely limited (can only modify existing files, no file size changes)."

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