tools for doing neat things in NTFS partitions from Linux
The Linux-NTFS project (http://www.linux-ntfs.org/
) aims to bring full
support for the NTFS filesystem to the Linux operating system.
This is a set of tools targeted for people interested in working
with the NTFS support in the Linux kernel and using it. The
following utilities are included:
ntfsfix - Fix common filesystem errors and force Windows to check NTFS.
mkntfs - Format a partition with an NTFS filesystem, optionally bootable.
ntfsinfo - Show some information about an NTFS partition or one of the
files or directories within it.
ntfslabel - Show, or set, an NTFS partition's volume label.
ntfsresize - Resize an NTFS partition without losing data.
ntfsundelete - Recover deleted files from an NTFS partition.
ntfscluster - Locate the owner of any given sector or cluster on an NTFS
ntfscat - Concatenate files and print them on the standard output
(without mounting the partition).
ntfsls - List directory contents on an NTFS filesystem (without
ntfscp - Overwrite files on an NTFS partition.
ntfsclone - Efficiently clone an NTFS filesystem or a part of it.
ntfsmount - Mount an NTFS partition from user-space using libntfs and FUSE.
ntfsdecrypt - Decrypt NTFS-encrypted files (NOT INCLUDED).
ntfscmp - Compare two NTFS volumes and tell the differences.