Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Sep 2005 19:41 UTC
Linux Windows uses a file system called NTFS, today's Linux distributions primarily use ext3, and like two warring tribes, the two barely speak. Fortunately, there's a handy tool from Paragon Software Group called NTFS for Linux, which acts like an interpreter for these battling nations. For Linux users hampered by lack of communication with Windows, Paragon's NTFS for Linux presents an elegant and effective solution.
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You assume that the license terms are in acordance with non-US law (must...restrain...from...making...antinamerican...comment). That's not necessarily the case, yo know. For example, I can reverse engineer everything I want...

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