September 9, 2005

Are Linux and NTFS Finally at Peace?

Ever since Samba came along, it's never been too much trouble getting information from Windows machines to Linux systems. You just mounted the Windows file system with SMB (server message block) as a network drive, and you could read and write to the Windows NTFS (New Technology File System) disk volumes as easily as you could to the older FAT (File Allocation Table) systems.


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