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Linux 2.6 - man page for ntfsprogs (linux section 8)

NTFSPROGS(8)									     NTFSPROGS(8)

NAME
       ntfsprogs - tools for doing neat things with NTFS

OVERVIEW
       ntfsprogs  is  a  suite	of  NTFS  utilities based around a shared library.  The tools are
       available for free and come with full source code.

TOOLS
       mkntfs(8) - Create an NTFS filesystem.

       ntfscat(8) - Dump a file's content to the standard output.

       ntfsclone(8) - Efficiently clone, backup, restore or rescue NTFS.

       ntfscluster(8) - Locate the files which use the given sectors or clusters.

       ntfscmp(8) - Compare two NTFS filesystems and tell the differences.

       ntfscp(8) - Copy a file to an NTFS volume.

       ntfsfix(8) - Check and fix some common errors, clear the LogFile and make Windows  perform
       a thorough check next time it boots.

       ntfsinfo(8) - Show information about NTFS or one of the files or directories within it.

       ntfslabel(8) - Show, or set, an NTFS filesystem's volume label.

       ntfsls(8) - List information about files in a directory residing on an NTFS.

       ntfsresize(8) - Resize NTFS without losing data.

       ntfsundelete(8) - Recover deleted files from NTFS.

AUTHORS
       The  tools  were  written  by  Anton  Altaparmakov,  Carmelo Kintana, Cristian Klein, Erik
       Sornes, Giang Nguyen, Holger Ohmacht, Lode Leroy, Matthew J. Fanto, Per Olofsson,  Richard
       Russon, Szabolcs Szakacsits, Yura Pakhuchiy and Yuval Fledel.

AVAILABILITY
       The ntfsprogs are part of the ntfs-3g package which can be downloaded from:
       http://www.tuxera.com/community/

SEE ALSO
       ntfs-3g(8)

ntfs-3g 2011.4.12AR.4			  September 2007			     NTFSPROGS(8)


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