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Old 11-22-2004, 02:31 PM   #1
phatboyz
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Rsync mounted NTFS drive


I would like to know if I could rsync an mounted NTFS drive and the sever on the other end write to a mounted NTFS drive?

It looked like it was writing the files there, but I know that Fedora doesn't support write to NTFS out of the box. I am sure that samba must be helping in this.

Am I being fooled and the files name and sizes are there but no data?
 
  


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