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Old 24th July 2016
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Question NTFS on DragonflyBSD?

Hi every body,

I have a question.
I used DragonflyBSD as my primary Desktop OS since last year and then when I need NTFS (R/W) access I forced to left the DragonflyBSD but now I want to back to DragonflyBSD if it supported NTFS (R/W) access.
Does DragonflyBSD Development team plans NTFS (R/W) supporting on the future or not?
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Actually there is experimental writing support for NTFS:
https://www.dragonflybsd.org/cgi/web...ntfs&section=8
http://lists.dragonflybsd.org/piperm...ly/269971.html
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Thanks,
Of course my intension is that whether its developers team plan this feature at the future or not?
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Since there is not a fuse-ntfs port, at least for now, and they already have done all this work, I don't see why they shouldn't.
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Since there is not a fuse-ntfs port, at least for now, and they already have done all this work, I don't see why they shouldn't.
Thanks again,
Waiting for next release that support better than NTFS
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