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NTFS.UTIL(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					      NTFS.UTIL(8)

NAME
ntfs.util -- NTFS file system utility SYNOPSIS
ntfs.util -k device ntfs.util -m device mountpoint mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 ntfs.util -p device mountflag1 mountflag2 ntfs.util -u device mountpoint DESCRIPTION
The ntfs.util command supports the mounting, probing, and unmounting of NTFS file systems. Options: -k Get the UUID key for the NTFS file system at device. -m Mount the NTFS file system located on device onto mountpoint with the flags mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4. -p Probe the device for an NTFS file system using the flags mountflag1 mountflag2. If the probe is successful, i.e. the device contains a valid NTFS file system, its label is printed to the standard output stream. -u Unmount the NTFS file system located at device and mounted on mountpoint. The mountflags referenced above are: o mountflag1: removable or fixed o mountflag2: readonly or writeable o mountflag3: suid or nosuid o mountflag4: dev or nodev SEE ALSO
diskarbitrationd(8) mount_ntfs(8) HISTORY
This NTFS implementation first appeared in Mac OS X 10.5. AUTHORS
This NTFS implementation was written by Anton Altaparmakov <aia21@cantab.net>. Mac OS X October 22, 2006 Mac OS X

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HFS.UTIL(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       HFS.UTIL(8)

NAME
hfs.util -- HFS/HFS+ file system utility SYNOPSIS
hfs.util -m device mountpoint [mountflag1] [mountflag2] [mountflag3] [mountflag4] hfs.util -p device [mountflag1] [mountflag2] [mountflag3] [mountflag4] hfs.util -J [size] mountpoint hfs.util -U mountpoint hfs.util -N device hfs.util -I mountpoint hfs.util [-aksu] device DESCRIPTION
The hfs.util command supports the mounting, probing, and unmounting of HFS file systems. Options: -a Adopt permissions for the HFS file system at device -I Print out status information about the journal on the HFS file system at mountpoint -J [size] Enable journaling on the HFS file system mounted on mountpoint. An optional size may be specified (e.g. 32M for a 32 megabyte journal). -k Get the UUID key for the HFS file system at device. -m Mount the HFS file system located on device onto mountpoint with the flags mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 -M Force mount the HFS file system located on device onto mountpoint with the flags mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4. This is a deprecated option. -N Disable journaling on a HFS+ file system located at device -p Probe the device for an HFS file system using the flags mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 -s Set the UUID key (generates a new UUID value) for the HFS file system at device -u Unmount the HFS file system located at device -U Disable journaling on the HFS+ file system mounted on mountpoint The mountflags referenced above are either: o removable or fixed o readonly or writeable o suid or nosuid o dev or nodev Note that for the device references above, you must only supply the last component of the path to the device in question, such as disk0s2 rather than /dev/disk0s2. SEE ALSO
diskarbitrationd(8) HISTORY
Derived from the Openstep Workspace Manager file system utility programs. Darwin July 16, 2003 Darwin
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