Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 21st Feb 2007 16:50 UTC, submitted by Dominique
General Development The open source, freely available, stable read/write NTFS driver, NTFS-3G 1.0 has just been released. The driver, released half year ago for beta testing, made progress, thanks to ten or even hundreds of thousands testers, early adopters, and developers. In consequence of the open communications and positive experiences, NTFS-3G is available for over 60 Linux distributions today, including most major ones. Moreover it was ported to new operating systems like FreeBSD, BeOS, Haiku, and Mac OS X.
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RE: Windows Vista and NTFS-3g
by Lamego on Thu 22nd Feb 2007 15:42 UTC in reply to "Windows Vista and NTFS-3g"
Lamego
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2006-01-12

The driver focus was to provide NTFS write support, I never saw any reference to encryption, it is not expected to work.

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RE[2]: Windows Vista and NTFS-3g
by JrezIN on Thu 22nd Feb 2007 16:55 in reply to "RE: Windows Vista and NTFS-3g"
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2005-06-29

personally, I'm not interested in encrypted volumes, but I'm interested in the support of compressed volumes and dynamic volumes used in softRAID solutions.
I'll be glad about any information about these two topics (current, if exist, support and planned support). =]

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