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Old 10-06-2006, 09:28 AM   #1
animefriik
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Question Ntfs-Fuse copy error Debian "Sid" / Ubuntu "6.06"


Hi,

i'm trying to use Ntfs partition as RW using NTFS-FUSE and it works but not quite
well. I can copy/delete/move without any loss or corruption of data. But when I
try to copy a directory that holds more then 5 files I get "generic error" and nothing
more. I cannot add more files to the directory! And can't figure out why.

Seached for google but found posts saying that writing to NTFS is still unstable.
So I haven't gotten any answers yet!

more details: (all are from debian's repository)
libntfs9 1.13-1.3
ntfsprogs 1.13-1.3
fuse-utils 2.5.3-4.1
libfuse2 2.5.3-4.1
Kernel 2.6.17-9
 
  


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