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Re: Is NTFS file system (Win2k) stable and usable with debian sarge?

On Sunday 04 September 2005 10:05 am, J. Grant wrote:
> [Please include my email address in replies]
> I'm dual booting with win2k, I have a small FAT32 partition, which I
> mount and transfer files via.  It is ok, but limited to 2GB per file
> max.  I understand that NTFS allows me to transfer bigger files.
> Is NTFS support at a level where it is usable and stable for me to
> copy files etc?  I don't want to corrupt the partition each time I
> write something to it etc..
> Tips appreciated.
> Kind regards
> JG
> Linux now2g 2.6.8-2-k7 #1 Mon Jan 24 03:29:52 EST 2005 i686 GNU/Linux

A different approach, if you need to rw > 2gb files. Don't dual boot, 
run Windows in Vmware or equal and use Samba to transfer the files.
Greg Madden

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