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Permissions on files created by Linux in NTFS

I'm trying to mount NTFS filesystem in Linux with the following settings: In Linux all files and directories in NTFS should be owned by root and have a group win. Permissions should be set to 775. ...
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How to handle colons (:) in rdiff-backup files when running on NTFS

I am using rdiff-backup to backup the contents of a folder located on a Debian machine to a NTFS disk via ntfs-3g. The problem is that rdiff-backup creates various files containing colons (:) in its ...
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Debian Harddrive Fdisk - Same ID's and changing letters

I am trying to create and install a debain NAS and ive been having a hard time because I am new to all of this. I used ntfs-3g in order to automount my 4 NTFS drives. I also have a partitioned ...
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fstab filesystem type for NTFS — 'ntfs' or 'ntfs-3g'?

I have a question about the difference between 'ntfs' and 'ntfs-3g' in the filesystem type field in the /etc/fstab file. My Linux distribution is Xubuntu; I suppose the answer may well vary between ...
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ntfs general Question

Hey, One week ago I got my Macbook Air [it is wonderful :-)] and as I desired, I installed (using Bootcamp) Windows in addition. I am happy as it works fine and very sweet is that I can access the ...
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Decompressing Files on an NTFS Volume from Linux

I recently did something stupid on my dual-boot laptop, where I compressed the entire volume to make room for a Linux partition. For some reason, Windows let me compress C:\ntldr. Now I need to get it ...