1 TB data copy
mbaki at whywire.net
Fri Oct 12 11:27:55 PDT 2007
Had to manually run
Thank you all for your support.
> Hi all,
> Installed the following
> When I run the command
> ntfs-3g /dev/da0s1 /mnt/windows
> I get the error message
> fuse: failed to open fuse device: No such file or directory
> Thank you
>> On 10/12/07, CyberLeo Kitsana <cyberleo at cyberleo.net> wrote:
>>> Bill Moran wrote:
>>> > In response to "Monah Baki" <mbaki at whywire.net>:
>>> > I'm not completely up to speed with FreeBSD's NTFS support. Last I
>>> > at it, it was experimental and there were warnings everywhere. I
>>> > it's improved since then (~3 years ago) but can't say with authority.
>>> As I recall, the native FreeBSD NTFS support is read-only. However, the
>>> NTFS-3g project has a mostly complete (and pretty safe) read/write
>>> implementation as a FUSE program, which can be found in ports:
>> FreeBSD NTFS is not read only, but there are restrictions on what it
>> can write. To quote the man page:
>> There is limited writing ability. Limitations: file must be
>> and must not contain any sparses (uninitialized areas); compressed
>> are also not supported. The file name must not contain multibyte
>> If your file name uses only ASCII characters, you will be probably be
>> OK using mount_ntfs to write to an NTFS filesystem. I've used it for
>> years, but mostly for reading files. The few times I've used it for
>> writing, it worked fine. I think you are most likely to have problems
>> if you use it to edit an existing file.
>> - Bob
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