Subject: Re: Does i386 support NTFS5 now?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Georges Heinesch <email@example.com>
Date: 11/01/2001 14:35:18
Quoting Christos Zoulas (31-Oct-01 16:34:44):
> In article
>>There is ("limited") write support for NTFS4. Wouldn't that mean
>>NetBSD could also write to NTFS5 partitions but without using any of
>>the new NTFS5 features? I haven't tried it personally (my only NTFS
>>partition is my W2K boot partition, and I don't want to risk hosing
>>it), but I suspect it will work fine.
> Having looked at the source, I'd recommend against mounting any
> NTFS filesystems read-write until you hear otherwise. Currently
> write support consists off: We can write to files but we don't know
> how to allocate blocks, so we can only change data in existing
> files. In addition, there is quite a long list of TODO's before
> ntfs becomes really useful.
Things get crystal clear.
Thanks to all who replied!
Cu Georges Heinesch, Luxembourg
PGP RSA & DH/DSS public key on request and on public servers
... Only happy at FL 370, Mach 0.76