Ntfs-3g - NTFS-3G Safe Read/Write NTFS Driver

Overview
INTRODUCTION
============

The NTFS-3G driver is an open source, freely available read/write NTFS driver 
for Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, NetBSD, OpenIndiana, QNX and Haiku. It provides 
safe and fast handling of the Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, 
Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012,
Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 NTFS file systems.

The purpose of the project is to develop, quality assurance and support a 
trustable, featureful and high performance solution for hardware platforms 
and operating systems whose users need to reliably interoperate with NTFS. 
Besides this practical goal, the project also aims to explore the limits 
of the hybrid, kernel/user space filesystem driver approach, performance, 
reliability and feature richness per invested effort wise.

Besides the common file system features, NTFS-3G has support for file 
ownership and permissions, POSIX ACLs, junction points, extended attributes 
and creating internally compressed files (parameter files in the directory
.NTFS-3G may be required to enable them). The new compressed file formats
available in Windows 10 can also be read through a plugin. 

News, support answers, problem submission instructions, support and discussion 
forums, and other information are available on the project web site at

	https://github.com/tuxera/ntfs-3g/wiki

The project has been funded, supported and maintained since 2008 by Tuxera:

	https://tuxera.com


LICENSES
========

All the NTFS related components: the file system drivers, the ntfsprogs
utilities and the shared library libntfs-3g are distributed under the terms
of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later
version. See the included file COPYING.

The fuse-lite library is distributed under the terms of the GNU LGPLv2.
See the included file COPYING.LIB.


QUICK INSTALLATION
==================

Most distributions have an up-to-date NTFS-3G package ready for use, and
the recommended way is to install it.

If you need some specific customization, you can compile and install from
the released source code. Make sure you have the basic development tools
and the kernel includes the FUSE kernel module. Then unpack the source
tarball and type:  

	./configure
	make
	make install      # or 'sudo make install' if you aren't root.

Please note that NTFS-3G doesn't require the FUSE user space package any
more.

The list of options for building specific configurations is displayed by
typing :

	./configure --help

Below are a few specific options to ./configure :
	--disable-ntfsprogs : do not build the ntfsprogs tools,
	--enable-extras : build more ntfsprogs tools,
	--disable-plugins : disable support for plugins
	--enable-posix-acls : enable support for Posix ACLs
	--enable-xattr-mappings : enable system extended attributes mappings
	--with-fuse=external : use external fuse (overriding Linux default)

There are also a few make targets for building parts :
	make libntfs : only build the libntfs-3g library
	make libs : only build libntfs-3g (and libfuse-lite, if relevant)
	make drivers : only build drivers and libraries, without ntfsprogs
	make ntfsprogs : only build ntfsprogs and libntfs-3g, without drivers


USAGE
=====

If there was no error during installation then the NTFS volume can be
read-write mounted for everybody the following way as the root user 
(unmount the volume if it was already mounted, and replace /dev/sda1 
and /mnt/windows, if needed):

	mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows
or
	ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows

Please see the ntfs-3g manual page for more options and examples.

You can also make NTFS to be mounted during boot by putting the below 
line at the END(!) of the /etc/fstab file:

	/dev/sda1 /mnt/windows ntfs-3g defaults 0 0


TESTING WITHOUT INSTALLING
=========================

Newer versions of ntfs-3g can be tested without installing anything and
without disturbing an existing installation. Just configure and make as
shown previously. This will create the scripts ntfs-3g and lowntfs-3g
in the src directory, which you may activate for testing:

	./configure
	make

then, as root:
	src/ntfs-3g [-o mount-options] /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows

And, to end the test, unmount the usual way:
	umount /dev/sda1


NTFS UTILITIES
==============

The ntfsprogs directory includes utilities for doing all required tasks to
NTFS partitions. In general, just run a utility without any command line
options to display the version number and usage syntax.

The following utilities are so far implemented:

ntfsfix - Attempt to fix an NTFS partition and force Windows to check NTFS.

mkntfs - Format a partition with the NTFS filesystem.  See man 8 mkntfs for
command line options.

ntfslabel - Display/change the label of an NTFS partition.  See man 8 ntfslabel
for details.

ntfsundelete - Recover deleted files from an NTFS volume.  See man 8
ntfsundelete for more details.

ntfsresize - Resize NTFS volumes.  See man 8 ntfsresize for details.

ntfsclone - Efficiently create/restore an image of an NTFS partition.  See
man 8 ntfsclone for details.

ntfscluster - Locate the owner of any given sector or cluster on an NTFS
partition.  See man 8 ntfscluster for details.

ntfsinfo - Show some information about an NTFS partition or one of the files
or directories within it.  See man 8 ntfsinfo for details.

ntfsrecover - Recover updates committed by Windows but interrupted before
being synced.

ntfsls - List information about files in a directory residing on an NTFS
partition.  See man 8 ntfsls for details.

ntfscat - Concatenate files and print their contents on the standard output.

ntfscp - Overwrite files on an NTFS partition.

ntfssecaudit - Audit the security metadata.

ntfsusermap - Assistance for building a user mapping file.
Comments
  • Fuse not needed, but building fails without it on Monterey

    Fuse not needed, but building fails without it on Monterey

    configure: error: FUSE >= 2.6.0 was not found. Either older FUSE is still present, or FUSE is not fully installed (e.g. fuse, libfuse, libfuse2, libfuse-dev, etc packages). Source code: http://fuse.sf.net
    
    opened by startergo 7
  • Minor autoconf improvements for portability

    Minor autoconf improvements for portability

    These two commits improve the portability of ntfs-3g on systems that do not use the standard Linux FHS (e.g. NixOS, Gobo, GuixSD, etc.).

    • The first commit is a bugfix: ntfs-3g already uses rootsbindir/sbindir in most places but not everywhere.
    • The second commit is a set of new configuration options for specifying the paths to /sbin helpers used at runtime by the ntfs-3g programs.
    opened by delroth 6
  • Copy NTFS files preserving all their attributes ?

    Copy NTFS files preserving all their attributes ?

    Hi,

    I've been looking for a way to copy NTFS directories preserving all attributes, ACLs, permissions, reparse points etc (surprisingly hard it turns out, short of cloning the whole partition).

    I came across the wiki page on Extended Attributes which gives a bit of hope :
    Looks like the ntfscp.c and ntfscp.sh additional tools do just that (!)

    What's the status on these ? Why are they not part of ntfs-3g ? Looks like that would be useful to a lot of people.

    (As a side-note it was really confusing intially that it has the same name as ntfs-3g's ntfscp which seem something else entirely)

    opened by lemonsqueeze 6
  • Migration from Sourceforge is not complete

    Migration from Sourceforge is not complete

    Dear @tuxera team, @jpandre,

    It will be nice to remove old parts like:

    • https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/cvs/
    • https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/_list/git
    • https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/ntfs-3g/ci/edge/tree/
    • https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/old_ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs/ci/PERMISSION_HANDLING_BRANCH/tree/
    • https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/pjd-fstest/ci/master/tree/

    Can you add a "move" box like https://sourceforge.net/projects/handbrake for example.

    • https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/

    To disable/delete tabs, go here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/ To add a new tab, go here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/ To change informations, go here: https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/admin/overview To export, go here: https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/admin/export

    The new place can be added in:

    • "Moved Project to", here: https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/admin/overview
    • "Preferred Support Page (for users of your project)", here: https://sourceforge.net/p/ntfs-3g/admin/overview
    • A new tab, go here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/

    The website link is not good in Sourceforge options (better to change with github.com too):

    • http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-download/

    Thanks in advance.

    opened by Neustradamus 5
  • OneDrive: unsupported reparse tag 0x9000701a

    OneDrive: unsupported reparse tag 0x9000701a

    I have a drive with an NTFS partition that OneDrive on Windows 10 is configured to sync to (I've tagged the whole onedrive folder with "keep offline" so everything is downloaded locally). However, when I use the latest version of ntfs-3g (2022.5.17) the folder shows up as a broken symlink, with the target listed as

    unsupported reparse tag 0x9000701a

    I also tried mounting the drive with the old version of ntfs-3g included with the distro (2017.3.23AR.3-3ubuntu1.2) and while that allowed me to see the contents of the folder, all files were broken links with

    unsupported reparse point

    I tried running ntfsinfo and got this debug information:

    > sudo ntfsprogs/ntfsinfo --file "folder/OneDrive (synced)/OneDrive - [my organization]" /dev/sdb1
    Dumping Inode 242195 (0x3b213)
    Upd. Seq. Array Off.:	 48 (0x30)
    Upd. Seq. Array Count:	 3 (0x3)
    Upd. Seq. Number:	 43 (0x2b)
    LogFile Seq. Number:	 0x4117129b
    MFT Record Seq. Numb.:	 5 (0x5)
    Number of Hard Links:	 2 (0x2)
    Attribute Offset:	 56 (0x38)
    MFT Record Flags:	 IN_USE DIRECTORY 
    Bytes Used:		 712 (0x2c8) bytes
    Bytes Allocated:	 1024 (0x400) bytes
    Next Attribute Instance: 28 (0x1c)
    MFT Padding:	00 00 
    Dumping attribute $STANDARD_INFORMATION (0x10) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 0 (0x0)
    	Data size:		 72 (0x48)
    	Resident flags:		 0x00
    	File Creation Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	File Altered Time:	 Wed Jun 29 04:17:41 2022 UTC
    	MFT Changed Time:	 Wed Jun 29 04:17:41 2022 UTC
    	Last Accessed Time:	 Wed Jun 29 07:01:07 2022 UTC
    	File attributes:	 READONLY ARCHIVE REPARSE_POINT UNKNOWN: 0x00080000 (0x00080421)
    	Maximum versions:	 0 
    	Version number:		 0 
    	Class ID:		 0 
    	User ID:		 0 (0x0)
    	Security ID:		 282 (0x11a)
    	Quota charged:		 0 (0x0)
    	Update Sequence Number:	 394371712 (0x1781a280)
    Dumping attribute $ATTRIBUTE_LIST (0x20) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 No
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 11 (0xb)
    	Compression unit:	 0 (0x0)
    	Data size:		 392 (0x188)
    	Allocated size:		 4096 (0x1000)
    	Initialized size:	 392 (0x188)
    Dumping attribute $FILE_NAME (0x30) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 3 (0x3)
    	Data size:		 82 (0x52)
    	Resident flags:		 0x01
    	Parent directory:	 239101 (0x3a5fd)
    	File Creation Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	File Altered Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	MFT Changed Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	Last Accessed Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	Allocated Size:		 0 (0x0)
    	Data Size:		 0 (0x0)
    	Filename Length:	 8 (0x8)
    	File attributes:	 I30_INDEX (0x10000000)
    	Namespace:		 DOS
    	Filename:		 'ONEDRI~1'
    Dumping attribute $FILE_NAME (0x30) from mft record 242204 (0x3b21c)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 0 (0x0)
    	Data size:		 136 (0x88)
    	Resident flags:		 0x01
    	Parent directory:	 239101 (0x3a5fd)
    	File Creation Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	File Altered Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	MFT Changed Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	Last Accessed Time:	 Tue Jun 28 00:19:56 2022 UTC
    	Allocated Size:		 0 (0x0)
    	Data Size:		 0 (0x0)
    	Filename Length:	 35 (0x23)
    	File attributes:	 I30_INDEX (0x10000000)
    	Namespace:		 Win32
    	Filename:		 'OneDrive - [my organization]'
    Dumping attribute $DATA (0x80) from mft record 242204 (0x3b21c)
    	Resident: 		 No
    	Attribute name:		 '${3D0CE612-FDEE-43f7-8ACA-957BEC0CCBA0}.SyncRootIdentity'
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 1 (0x1)
    	Compression unit:	 0 (0x0)
    	Data size:		 272 (0x110)
    	Allocated size:		 4096 (0x1000)
    	Initialized size:	 272 (0x110)
    Dumping attribute $INDEX_ROOT (0x90) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute name:		 '$I30'
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 13 (0xd)
    	Data size:		 56 (0x38)
    	Resident flags:		 0x00
    	Indexed Attr Type:	 DIRECTORY_I30
    	Collation Rule:		 1 (0x1)
    	Index Block Size:	 4096 (0x1000)
    	Clusters Per Block:	 1 (0x1)
    	Entries Offset:		 16 (0x10)
    	Index Size:		 40 (0x28)
    	Allocated Size:		 40 (0x28)
    	Index header flags:	 0x01
    	Index entries total:	 1
    Dumping attribute $INDEX_ALLOCATION (0xa0) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 No
    	Attribute name:		 '$I30'
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 9 (0x9)
    	Compression unit:	 0 (0x0)
    	Data size:		 32768 (0x8000)
    	Allocated size:		 32768 (0x8000)
    	Initialized size:	 32768 (0x8000)
    	Index entries total:	 171
    	INDX blocks total:	 8
    Dumping attribute $BITMAP (0xb0) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute name:		 '$I30'
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 10 (0xa)
    	Data size:		 8 (0x8)
    	Resident flags:		 0x00
    Dumping attribute $REPARSE_POINT (0xc0) from mft record 242195 (0x3b213)
    	Resident: 		 Yes
    	Attribute flags:	 0x0000
    	Attribute instance:	 27 (0x1b)
    	Data size:		 116 (0x74)
    	Resident flags:		 0x00
    	Reparse tag:		 0x9000701a (Cloud)
    	Data length:		 108 (0x6c)
    	Data:			 0x01006c0046655270ed47d01a6800000002000a0007000100600000000a000400...
    End of inode reached
    
    opened by Merlin04 5
  • NTFS allows files ending with blank/period when mounted as root but not when mounted as user

    NTFS allows files ending with blank/period when mounted as root but not when mounted as user

    Looking into the issue https://github.com/rdiff-backup/rdiff-backup/issues/579 I noticed a discrepancy in behaviour depending if a NTFS file system is mounted as root or non-root (we're talking about the same file system freshly created with sudo mkfs.ntfs /dev/sda1 on a USB stick):

    $ udisksctl mount -b /dev/sda1
    $ mount | grep sda1
    /dev/sda1 on /run/media/myuser/5291712E0E79C514 type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=0,group_id=0,default_permissions,allow_other,blksize=4096,uhelper=udisks2
    $ cd /run/media/myuser/5291712E0E79C514
    $ touch a
    $ touch 'a '
    touch: setting times of 'a ': No such file or directory
    $ touch 'a.'
    touch: setting times of 'a.': No such file or directory
    $ ll
    total 0
    -rwxrwxrwx. 1 myuser myuser 0 May 26 07:44 a
    

    vs.

    $ sudo mount -t ntfs -o nosuid,nodev,uid=1000,gid=1000 /dev/sda1 /mnt  # to make sure the mount options are the same
    $ mount | grep sda1
    /dev/sda1 on /mnt type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=0,group_id=0,default_permissions,allow_other,blksize=4096)
    $ touch a
    $ touch 'a '
    $ touch 'a.'
    $ ll
    total 0
    -rwxrwxrwx. 1 myuser myuser 0 May 26 07:47  a
    -rwxrwxrwx. 1 myuser myuser 0 May 26 07:47 'a '
    -rwxrwxrwx. 1 myuser myuser 0 May 26 07:47  a.
    

    And I can't find any reason for the difference in behaviour.

    opened by ericzolf 5
  • configure.ac: fix bashism in fuse check

    configure.ac: fix bashism in fuse check

    configure scripts need to be runnable with a POSIX-compliant /bin/sh.

    On many (but not all!) systems, /bin/sh is provided by Bash, so errors like this aren't spotted. Notably Debian defaults to /bin/sh provided by dash which doesn't tolerate such bashisms as '=='.

    This retains compatibility with bash.

    Fixes configure warnings/errors like:

    checking Windows OS... no
    ./configure: 13360: test: xinternal: unexpected operator
    checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... yes
    checking Solaris OS... no
    

    Signed-off-by: Sam James [email protected]

    opened by thesamesam 4
  • how to support the other character set, such as GBK

    how to support the other character set, such as GBK

    the system has support "zh_CN.gbk", and i mounted the usb disk by "mount -t ntfs-3g -o locale=zh_CN.gbk /dev/xxx /mount_path". But I still can not create gbk filename. eg: [[email protected]_RV1109:/]# mount -t ntfs-3g -o locale=zh_CN.gbk /dev/sda1 /tmp/udisk/ [[email protected]_RV1109:/]# [[email protected]_RV1109:/]# cd /tmp/udisk/ [[email protected]_RV1109:/tmp/udisk]# touch 你好 touch: cannot touch ''$'\304\343\272\303': Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide character

    opened by wkt-huha 3
  • Autogen warning message.

    Autogen warning message.

    Autogen brings this error message (although it completes successfully and I can't see any negative effects):

    libtoolize: Remember to add 'LT_INIT' to configure.ac.

    The entire console output (including the above message) is here:

    >./autogen.sh
    Running autoreconf --verbose --install --force
    autoreconf: Entering directory `.'
    autoreconf: configure.ac: not using Gettext
    autoreconf: running: aclocal --force -I m4
    autoreconf: configure.ac: tracing
    autoreconf: running: libtoolize --copy --force
    libtoolize: putting auxiliary files in '.'.
    libtoolize: copying file './ltmain.sh'
    libtoolize: putting macros in AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIRS, 'm4'.
    libtoolize: copying file 'm4/libtool.m4'
    libtoolize: copying file 'm4/ltoptions.m4'
    libtoolize: copying file 'm4/ltsugar.m4'
    libtoolize: copying file 'm4/ltversion.m4'
    libtoolize: copying file 'm4/lt~obsolete.m4'
    libtoolize: Remember to add 'LT_INIT' to configure.ac.
    autoreconf: running: /usr/bin/autoconf --force
    autoreconf: running: /usr/bin/autoheader --force
    autoreconf: running: automake --add-missing --copy --force-missing
    configure.ac:189: installing './compile'
    configure.ac:32: installing './config.guess'
    configure.ac:32: installing './config.sub'
    configure.ac:36: installing './install-sh'
    configure.ac:36: installing './missing'
    Makefile.am: installing './INSTALL'
    libfuse-lite/Makefile.am: installing './depcomp'
    autoreconf: Leaving directory `.'
    >
    

    I compiled NTFS-3G, at my 2 systems here: PCLinux and Devuan.

    opened by Achaean 3
  • It should be possible to cancel mkfs.ntfs

    It should be possible to cancel mkfs.ntfs

    Example:

    # mkfs.ntfs /dev/sdc1 
    Cluster size has been automatically set to 4096 bytes.
    Initializing device with zeroes:   4%^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C^C
    

    And no matter how many Ctrl+C I press, it keeps creating the filesystem on the disk. Shouldn't mkfs.ntfs stop after a Ctrl+C? Isn't it possible to capture SIGINT and stops whatever mkfs.ntfs is doing, please?

    ntfs-3g is Debian's 2021.8.22-3 Linux kernel is 5.15.15

    Thanks!

    opened by naoliv 3
  • Heap overflow in ntfsck

    Heap overflow in ntfsck

    Hello.

    I have found a vulnerability in the NTFS-3G driver, specifically in the ntfsck tool (see: ntfsprogs/ntfsck.c).

    In the check_file_record function, the update sequence array is applied, but no proper boundary checks are implemented, so the function can write bytes from the update sequence array beyond the buffer being checked.

    The vulnerable code is here:

    usa_ofs = le16_to_cpu(mft_rec->usa_ofs);
    usa_count = le16_to_cpu(mft_rec->usa_count);
    
    [...]
    
    // Remove update seq & check it.
    usa = *(u16*)(buffer+usa_ofs); // The value that should be at the end of every sector.
    assert_u32_equal(usa_count-1, buflen/NTFS_BLOCK_SIZE, "USA length");
    for (i=1;i<usa_count;i++) {
        u16 *fixup = (u16*)(buffer+NTFS_BLOCK_SIZE*i-2); // the value at the end of the sector.
        u16 saved_val = *(u16*)(buffer+usa_ofs+2*i); // the actual data value that was saved in the us array.
    
        assert_u32_equal(*fixup, usa, "fixup");
        *fixup = saved_val; // remove it.
    }
    

    If buflen is 1024, but the update sequence array contains 4 entries (including the first one, which you call usa), the loop will replace bytes 3 times, at the following offsets: buffer+512*1−2 (within the buffer), buffer+512*2−2 (within the buffer), buffer+512*3−2 (beyond the allocated buffer size). (The offset of the first attribute should be set to make room for additional entries in the update sequence array, so the usa_ofs+usa_count <= attrs_offset check is passed.)

    Thus, bytes beyond the allocated buffer can be replaced, this is a heap overflow.

    It should be noted that the assert_u32_equal function just reports the errors, it doesn’t terminate the execution flow.

    Since the ntfsck tool is used in some GNU/Linux distributions (it’s fsck.ntfs in Fedora), I strongly suggest implementing a fix.


    Report date (to info at tuxera dot com): 2021-09-24. No reply. Ping (to info at tuxera dot com): 2021-09-29. No reply.

    opened by msuhanov 3
  • ntfsfix can not correct MFT errors

    ntfsfix can not correct MFT errors

    After plug out sdcard and plug in again, though ntfsfix print ok and mount normally, but from logs MFT errors occurred:

    ntfs3: sdg1: Inode r=1d is not in use! ntfs3: sdg1: MFT: r=3c, expect seq=1 instead of 4! ntfs3: sdg1: MFT: r=3c, expect seq=2 instead of 4! ntfs3: sdg1: MFT: r=3c, expect seq=3 instead of 4! ...

    and the sdcard can not use normally, can not create or remove files. are there any way ntfsfix can correct these errors, how i can fix these errors from linux?

    opened by jesius 2
  • Memory access error with ntfssecaudit on Ubuntu

    Memory access error with ntfssecaudit on Ubuntu

    I get this error on Ubuntu 22.04:

    $ LC_ALL=C ntfssecaudit /media/pitpat/System/Dokumente\ und\ Einstellungen/Administrator/Desktop/Suse\ Euro-Bilanz.xls
    ntfssecaudit 1.5.0 : NTFS security data auditing
    File /media/pitpat/System/Dokumente und Einstellungen/Administrator/Desktop/Suse Euro-Bilanz.xls
    Windows attrib : 0x4020
    ** Could not find the user mapping file
    Windows owner S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-500
    Windows group S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-513
    Interpreted Unix owner 0, group 0, mode 0700
    Speicherzugriffsfehler (Speicherabzug geschrieben)
    

    My worry is about the last line in the output (unfortunately LC_ALL=C didn't translate it): German: Speicherzugriffsfehler (Speicherabzug geschrieben) English: Memory access error (Memory extract written)

    Additionally I can not open the file for read or copy it to somewhere (permission denied (13) ). I suspect, it is a consequence of the memory access error. There are many files on that volume I want to backup with that error, but 90 % of the files copy without problems. So additionally I'm asking for a quick workaround to backup the files. As the original permissions don't matter, may be there is a way just to delete the existing ACLs somehow?

    ntfsfix or chkdsk /F with Windows didn't help.

    Here the verbose output with sudo (this time without "Memory extract written"):

    $ LC_ALL=C sudo ntfssecaudit -vv /media/pitpat/System/Dokumente\ und\ Einstellungen/Administrator/Desktop/Suse\ Euro-Bilanz.xls 
    ntfssecaudit 1.5.0 : NTFS security data auditing
    File /media/pitpat/System/Dokumente und Einstellungen/Administrator/Desktop/Suse Euro-Bilanz.xls
            000000  01000484 90000000 ac000000 00000000
            000010  14000000 02007c00 04000000 00101800
            000020  ff011f00 01020000 00000005 20000000
            000030  20020000 00102400 ff011f00 01050000
            000040  00000005 15000000 eb25792c 1ade2c7a
            000050  828ba628 f4010000 00102400 ff011f00
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    Windows attrib : 0x4020
    ** Could not find the user mapping file
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        flags    0x8404
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            self relative descriptor
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        Off GSID 0xac
        Off SACL 0x0
        Off DACL 0x14
    Owner SID
        Administrator SID
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        O:dec S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-500
    Group SID
        Domain Users SID
        G:hex S-1-5-15-2c7925eb-7a2cde1a-28a68b82-201
        G:dec S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-513
    DACL
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                Obj specific acc rgts 0x1ff
                    Read data
                    Write data
                    Append data
                    Read EA
                    Write EA
                    Execute
                    Read attributes
                    Write attributes
                standard acc rgts 0x1f
                    Delete
                    Read control
                    Write DAC
                    Write owner
                    Synchronize
            SID at 0x24
                Administrators SID
                hex S-1-5-20-220
                dec S-1-5-32-544
            Summary : grant rwx applied
        ACE 2 at 0x34
            type     0
                Access allowed
            flags    0x10
                ACE was inherited
            Size     0x24
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                Obj specific acc rgts 0x1ff
                    Read data
                    Write data
                    Append data
                    Read EA
                    Write EA
                    Execute
                    Read attributes
                    Write attributes
                standard acc rgts 0x1f
                    Delete
                    Read control
                    Write DAC
                    Write owner
                    Synchronize
            SID at 0x3c
                Administrator SID
                hex S-1-5-15-2c7925eb-7a2cde1a-28a68b82-1f4
                dec S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-500
            Summary : grant rwx applied to owner
        ACE 3 at 0x58
            type     0
                Access allowed
            flags    0x10
                ACE was inherited
            Size     0x24
            Acc rgts 0x1f01ff
                Obj specific acc rgts 0x1ff
                    Read data
                    Write data
                    Append data
                    Read EA
                    Write EA
                    Execute
                    Read attributes
                    Write attributes
                standard acc rgts 0x1f
                    Delete
                    Read control
                    Write DAC
                    Write owner
                    Synchronize
            SID at 0x60
                Local user-1004 SID
                hex S-1-5-15-21923ba4-6d8ce8b7-6516f68a-3ec
                dec S-1-5-21-563231652-1837951159-1696003722-1004
            Summary : grant rwx applied
        ACE 4 at 0x7c
            type     0
                Access allowed
            flags    0x10
                ACE was inherited
            Size     0x14
            Acc rgts 0x1f01ff
                Obj specific acc rgts 0x1ff
                    Read data
                    Write data
                    Append data
                    Read EA
                    Write EA
                    Execute
                    Read attributes
                    Write attributes
                standard acc rgts 0x1f
                    Delete
                    Read control
                    Write DAC
                    Write owner
                    Synchronize
            SID at 0x84
                Local System SID
                hex S-1-5-12
                dec S-1-5-18
            Summary : grant rwx applied
    No SACL
    Windows owner S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-500
    Windows group S-1-5-21-746137067-2049760794-682003330-513
    Interpreted Unix owner 0, group 0, mode 0700
    Speicherzugriffsfehler
    
    opened by CoSoCo 2
  • Mounting takes a long time with big UserMapping file

    Mounting takes a long time with big UserMapping file

    Hi,

    I try to get correct user mappings for a NTFS partition (inside VHDX backup) but so far failed. First I tried running the gauntlet with ntfsusermap but out of 5 folders I tested afterwarts only one had correct ownership. I love that this tool gives you no option to correct mistakes without running to the end. Then I tried to get the user mapping with LDAPsearch from our AD and had build a UserMapping with around 3300 entries. The mount command now hangs on me since 30 minutes. Don't know yet if it will succeed in the end. Also I'm pretty confused why I can't find a way to make NTFS-3G look up SIDs through Samba/Winbind which is configured and working fine on the workstation in question.

    Issues

    1. I think I overwelmed the thing with my UserMapping which I consider a bug.
    2. NTFS-3G doesn't seem to cooperate at all with Samba. Winbind already has all the information which NTFS-3G needs for user mapping. What can I do about that?

    Sorry for mixing up multiple problems here.

    Br, Thomas

    EDIT: Gave up waiting for mount because of fear of kernel mode memory corruptions.

    opened by b2ag 2
  • List xattrs in system namespace

    List xattrs in system namespace

    Is there a reason that ntfs_fuse_listxattr_common does not list the virtual xattrs (eg. system.ntfs_attrib)? Its confusing that, for instance, system.ntfs_attrib can have a value as returned by getxattr, but it will not show up in listxattr. If its undesirable for the xattrs to be listed in some cases, perhaps there can be an option when mounting to enable/disable the listing of these xattrs.

    opened by crass 0
  • How can I open OneDrive folder?

    How can I open OneDrive folder?

    I have dual boot on my computer and I need to enter in my one drive folder from my windows partition.

    I saw some links to a plugin download but they don't work, some of them tell me to look on this github.

    opened by gerardit 0
Releases(2022.10.3)
  • 2022.10.3(Oct 31, 2022)

    Security release 2022.10.3 (Oct 3, 2022) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2022.10.3.tgz

    Changes:

    • Rejected zero-sized runs
    • Avoided merging runlists with no runs
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2022.5.17(May 26, 2022)

    Security release 2022.5.17 (May 26, 2022) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2022.5.17.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Improved defence against maliciously tampered NTFS partitions
    • Improved defence against improper use of options
    • Updated the documentation
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2021.8.22(Aug 30, 2021)

    Stable Version 2021.8.22 (August 30, 2021) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2021.8.22.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fixed compile error when building with libfuse < 2.8.0
    • Fixed obsolete macros in configure.ac
    • Signalled support of UTIME_OMIT to external libfuse2
    • Fixed an improper macro usage in ntfscp.c
    • Updated the repository change in the README
    • Fixed vulnerability threats caused by maliciously tampered NTFS partitions
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.6(Aug 30, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.6 (February 1, 2021) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2017.3.23AR.6.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Used kernel cacheing on read-only mounts or with lowntfs-3g
    • Avoided information leak when processing garbled compressed data
    • Defined option posix_nlink to compute a Posix compliant st_nlink
    • Recovered space when an index root is shortened
    • Replaced ENODATA with ENOATTR in xattrs functions for macOS
    • Added support for 'position' argument in macOS xattr functions
    • Changed default xattr access method to 'openxattr' for macOS builds
    • Allowed redefining the target location of the ntfsprogs tools
    • Fixed updating the allocated size when attribute lies in an extent
    • Enabled actions on directories in reparse plugins
    • Inserted the reparse tag in the bad reparse symlink
    • Supported use of WSL special files
    • Dropped rejecting having both EA and reparse data
    • Enabled Creating special files the same way as WSL
    • Checked the locations of MFT and MFTMirr at startup
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.5(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.5 (April 1, 2020)

    Changelog:

    • Processed the request argument of ioctl() as unsigned
    • Accepted alternative recording of cluster size
    • Fixed a poorly sized string in ntfsinfo
    • Fixed ntfsfallocate on a void file
    • Decoded execlink reparse points
    • Fixed object type returned in readdir() for reparse points
    • Exported the translations of Windows paths to current ones
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.4(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.4 (March 1, 2019)

    Changelog:

    • Fixed reporting an error when failed to build the mountpoint
    • Reverted accessing reparse directory through internal plugins
    • Cleaned object ids beyond the updated part
    • Fixed reacting to missing plugin
    • Returned a low level error when an ioctl fails
    • Truncated SSD trimming zones to granularity supported by the device
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.3(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.3 (September 1, 2018)

    Changelog:

    • Made sure log file buffers are properly aligned
    • Made reparse directories visible through internal plugins
    • Added an option to ntfscp to copy the modification time
    • Renamed undeleted files to avoid overwriting existing ones
    • Extended the allowed cluster size to 2MB
    • Allocated full clusters for reading and rescuing in ntfsclone
    • Prevented locally defined headers from interfering with ntfs-3g ones
    • Attempted mounting read-only after failed permission to read-write
    • Fixed collecting the label argument in mkntfs
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.2(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.2 (March 1, 2018)

    Changelog:

    • Made sure log file buffers are properly aligned
    • Checked log file blocks more recent than temporary ones
    • Processed redo log actions associated to undoing a CompensationlogRecord
    • Allowed setting a file object id without defining its birth ids
    • Documented read-only mount when Windows is hibernated
    • Stopped checking matches of MFTMirr against MFT at record 16
    • Filtered out reparse flags for selecting plugins
    • Delayed updating the MFT runlist when resizing in read-only mode
    • Double-checked whether record 15 is an extent of MFT
    • Checked whether the device to mount was forced read-only
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23AR.1(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23AR.1 (October 1, 2017)

    Changelog:

    • Bypassed cluster allocation errors using --ignore-fs-check in ntfsclone
    • Upgraded ntfsrecover to support log files for Windows 10
    • Fixed the computation of highest_vcn when applying a runlist fixup
    • Fixed updating the vcn of subtree in ntfsrecover
    • Relaxed checks on security descriptors
    • Enabled directory operations in plugins
    • Decoded more reparse tags in ntfsinfo
    • Logged falling back to mounting read-only
    • Fixed compiling on MacOSX (Erik Larsson)
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2017.3.23(Aug 30, 2021)

    Stable Version 2017.3.23 (March 28, 2017) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2017.3.23.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Delegated processing of special reparse points to external plugins
    • Allowed kernel cacheing by lowntfs-3g when not using Posix ACLs
    • Enabled fallback to read-only mount when the volume is hibernated
    • Made a full check for whether an extended attribute is allowed
    • Moved secaudit and usermap to ntfsprogs (now ntfssecaudit and ntfsusermap)
    • Enabled encoding broken UTF-16 into broken UTF-8
    • Autoconfigured selecting <sys/sysmacros.h> vs <sys/mkdev>
    • Allowed using the full library API on systems without extended attributes support
    • Fixed DISABLE_PLUGINS as the condition for not using plugins
    • Corrected validation of multi sector transfer protected records
    • Denied creating/removing files from $Extend
    • Returned the size of locale encoded target as the size of symlinks
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2016.2.22(Aug 30, 2021)

    Stable Version 2016.2.22 (March 21, 2016) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2016.2.22.tgz

    • Changes to NTFS-3G:
      • Write as much data as possible in compressed attribute pwrite
      • Fixed getting space for making an index non resident
      • Alleviated constraints relative to reparse points
      • Fixed special case of decompressing a runlist
      • Fixed returning the trimming count to fstrim()
      • Fixed the range of valid subauthority counts in a SID
      • Updated the read-only flag even when the security attribute was cached
      • Defended against reusing data from an invalid MFT record
      • Simplified NTFS ACLs when group same as owner and same permission as world
      • Packed/unpacked st_rdev transported as 32-bits on Solaris 64-bits
      • Zero uninitialized bytes before writing compressed data
      • Clear the environment when starting mount or umount
      • Implemented rewinding a directory in lowntfs-3g
      • Use incremental offsets when reading a directory in lowntfs-3g
    • Changes to Ntfsprogs:
      • Changes to mkntfs: a) Make installing mkntfs /sbin symlinks dependent on ENABLE_MOUNT_HELPER b) Mention the starting sector when it overflows in mkntfs c) Upgraded the upper-case table to same as Windows 7, 8 and 10
      • Changes to ntfsresize: Fixed relocating the MFT runlists, decode the full list of bad clusters & fixed resizing an extended bad cluster list
      • Changes to ntfsclone: Decoded the full list of bad clusters
      • Changes to ntfsinfo: Displayed reparse point information
      • Changes to ntfsdecrypt: Fixed DESX decryption
      • Changes to ntfswipe: Added clarifications about several options to the manual
      • New ntfsprogs tool: Included ntfsrecover to recover the updates committed by Windows (experimental)
      • Overall: Made a general cleanup of endianness types for easier checks
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2015.3.14(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2015.3.14 (March 31, 2015) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2015.3.14.tgz

    • Changes to NTFS-3G:
      • Fixed inserting a new ACL after wiping out by chkdsk
      • Fixed Windows-type inheritance
      • Fixed ignoring the umask mount option when permissions are used
      • Fixed checking permissions when Posix ACLs are compiled in but not enabled
      • Disabled option remove_hiberfile on read-only mounts
      • Implemented an extended attribute to get/set EAs
      • Avoid full runlist updating in more situations
      • Update ctime after setting an ACL
      • Use MFT record 15 for the first extent to MFT:DATA
      • Ignore the sloppy mount option (-s)
      • Implemented FITRIM (fstrim) ioctl
      • Reengineered the compression algorithm
    • Changes to ntfsprogs:
      • Return success from ntfsprogs utilities with options –version and the like
      • Implemented configure option –enable-quarantined for non functional utilities
      • Added manuals for ntfsdecrypt, ntfswipe, ntfstruncate and ntfsfallocate
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2014.2.15(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2014.2.15 (January 23, 2014) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2014.2.15.tgz

    Changelog:

    • libntfs-3g: added use of hd library to get the legacy BIOS geometry
    • libntfs-3g: switched to /proc/mounts for checking existing mounts
    • libntfs-3g: fixed usa checking by ntfsck on 4K sector disks
    • libntfs-3g: fixed processing compressed data beyond file size (Windows 8 compliance)
    • libntfs-3g: fixed expanding a resident attribute without inserting holes
    • libntfs-3g: allow DACLs to not have any ACE
    • libntfs-3g: ignore unmapped regions when checking whether sparse
    • libntfs-3g: upgraded the Win32 interface for use with ntfsprogs
    • ntfsresize: enabled relocating the MFT when shrinking a volume
    • ntfsresize: fixed trying to update the MFT and Bitmap on a test run
    • ntfsresize: fixed updating all the MFT runs in a relocated MFT
    • ntfsresize: set the backup boot sector when the size is reliable
    • ntfsresize: reserved a single sector for the backup boot sector
    • ntfsundelete: output the modification time when scanning files
    • ntfsundelete: ported to Windows
    • ntfsclone: fixed wiping fragmented metadata when creating a metadata image
    • ntfsclone: allowed cloning a file system despite allocation errors
    • ntfsclone: fixed bad copying of the backup boot sector
    • ntfsclone: ported to Windows
    • ntfsdecrypt: made compatible with libgrypt-1.6
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v2013_1_13(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2013.1.13 (January 14, 2013) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2013.1.13.tgz

    Changelog:

    • ntfs-3g: fixed returned files types in readdir()
    • ntfs-3g: force option ‘ro’ when mounting a read-only device
    • ntfs-3g: keep the name of a deleted file in place for easier undeletion
    • ntfs-3g: accept multiple read-only mounts
    • ntfs-3g: improved Windows-type ACL inheritance, as needed by Windows 8
    • ntfs-3g: avoid unnecessary runlist update when appending data to a file
    • ntfs-3g: added inheritance of the set-group-id flag
    • ntfs-3g: deny mounting when fast restart mode of Windows 8 is detected
    • ntfs-3g: reject getting/setting DOS names on hard linked files
    • ntfsclone: fixed wiping user data when creating metadata images
    • ntfsclone: implemented a new option to set a new serial number
    • ntfsfix: implemented fixing the backup boot sector
    • ntfsfix: fixed clearing the bad cluster list
    • ntfsinfo: added allocation data to the volume parameters summary
    • ntfsinfo: output the numbers of runs and fragments for the selected file
    • ntfslabel: implemented a new option to set a new serial number
    • ntfswipe: added optional wiping of file tails and undelete data
    • mkntfs: insert an $Info stream in $UpCase to comply with Windows 8
    • openindiana: merged OpenIndiana requirements into the driver and fuse-lite
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v2012_1_15(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2012.1.15 (January 22, 2012) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2012.1.15.tgz

    Changelog:

    • ntfs-3g: fixed device path canonicalization for use by devmapper
    • ntfs-3g: fixed setting DOS names when defined with lower-case chars
    • ntfs-3g: fixed attribute flags controlling recursive writes
    • ntfs-3g: fixed compilation on OpenIndiana
    • ntfs-3g: fixed options parsing on OSes with no extended attributes
    • ntfs-3g: fixed relatime as a default mount option
    • ntfs-3g: fixed endless recursion when MFT extents are described by themselves
    • ntfs-3g: fixed the description of inherit option
    • ntfs-3g: fixed overwriting a truncated file
    • ntfs-3g: fixed truncation of DOS file names (12 ntfschars, not 12 utf8 chars)
    • ntfs-3g: fixed the setting of attributes by secaudit (index not synced)
    • ntfs-3g: faster compression
    • ntfs-3g: new option delay_mtime to delay updates of mtime+ctime
    • ntfsfix: new option -d to clear the dirty flag if fix is successful
    • ntfsfix: fixed volume dirty flag test
    • ntfsfix: new option to clear the list of bad sectors
    • ntfsfix: fixed compilation on Sparc
    • ntfsfix: fixed a bug causing a segmentation violation
    • ntfsfix: repair self-located MFT data bug
    • ntfscp: fix free space calculation
    • ntfscp: support compression
    • ntfsresize: implemented expanding runlists
    • ntfsresize: updated the description of the -f option
    • ntfsresize: expand an NTFS volume downwards
    • ntfsclone: backup bootsector not be to accounted for
    • ntfsclone: creating/restoring a metadata image
    • ntfsundelete: try to recover the file name when undeleting
    • ntfsundelete: use inode number to name unnamed files
    • ntfswipe: Big endian and other fixes
    • secaudit: prefixed owner and group SID in ACL display
    • library: fixed big cluster support using 4kB sector disk
    • library: fixed huge data writes
    • library: use transparent compression by default
    • library: fixed several bad returns in error conditions
    • library: enabled getting the sector size on FreeBSD and MacOSX
    • build: fixed “make libs” to only build libraries
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v2011_10_9_RC(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2011.10.9-RC (October 9, 2011) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2011.10.9-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • ntfs-3g: fixed device path canonicalization for use by devmapper
    • ntfs-3g: fixed setting DOS names when defined with lower-case chars
    • ntfs-3g: fixed attribute flags controlling recursive writes
    • ntfs-3g: fixed compilation on OpenIndiana
    • ntfs-3g: fixed options parsing on OSes with no extended attributes
    • ntfs-3g: fixed relatime as a default mount option
    • ntfs-3g: fixed endless recursion when MFT extents are described by themselves
    • ntfs-3g: fixed the description of inherit option
    • ntfs-3g: fixed overwriting a truncated file
    • ntfs-3g: fixed truncation of DOS file names (12 ntfschars, not 12 utf8 chars)
    • ntfs-3g: fixed the setting of attributes by secaudit (index not synced)
    • ntfs-3g: faster compression
    • ntfs-3g: new option delay_mtime to delay updates of mtime+ctime
    • ntfsfix: new option to clear the list of bad sectors
    • ntfsfix: fixed compilation on Sparc
    • ntfsfix: fixed a bug causing a segmentation violation
    • ntfsfix: repair self-located MFT data bug
    • ntfsresize: implemented expanding runlists
    • ntfsresize: updated the description of the -f option
    • ntfsresize: expand an NTFS volume downwards
    • ntfsclone: backup bootsector not be to accounted for
    • ntfsclone: creating/restoring a metadata image
    • ntfsundelete: try to recover the file name when undeleting
    • ntfsundelete: use inode number to name unnamed files
    • library: fixed several bad returns in error conditions
    • library: enabled getting the sector size on FreeBSD and MacOSX
    • build: fixed “make libs” to only build libraries
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v2011_4_12(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2011.4.12 (April 10, 2011) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2011.4.12.tgz

    Changelog:

    • ntfs-3g: fixed possible wrong hole size when overwriting compressed data.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed listxattr() to environments with extended attributes.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed ENOSPC when making an index non-resident.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed partial mapping ahead of mapped runlist.
    • ntfs-3g: enabled forensic mounting (currently same as read-only).
    • ntfs-3g: expand an attribute without creating a hole.
    • ntfs-3g: improved appending data to a long hole.
    • ntfs-3g: deny direct modifications to metadata files.
    • ntfs-3g: option ‘acl’ to request the use of Posix ACLs.
    • ntfsclone: fixed reading old big-endian ntfsclone images.
    • ntfsclone: avoided writing beyond allocated variable.
    • ntfsclone: close volume and cleanup when exiting.
    • ntfsclone: new option not to clear the timestamps.
    • ntfsclone: sync created image before remounting.
    • ntfsclone: use a stream to produce aligned writes during image creation.
    • ntfsinfo: display times in UTC.
    • mkntfs: don’t store full bitmap and logfile in memory.
    • mkntfs: set a volume UUID if option -U.
    • mkntfs: fixed $MFT allocated size.
    • mkntfs: fixed allocated size of resident unnamed data.
    • ntfsfix: new option -n for no action.
    • ntfsfix: try alternate boot sector if cannot start up.
    • ntfsfix: check and fix the upcase table.
    • ntfsfix: try to fix file systems with incorrect size.
    • ntfsundelete: fixed a segfault.
    • ntfsresize: new option –info-mb-only.
    • ntfsresize: new option –check.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v2011_3_28_RC(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2011.3.28-RC (March 27, 2011) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs-2011.3.28-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • ntfs-3g: fixed possible wrong hole size when overwriting compressed data.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed listxattr() to environments with extended attributes.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed ENOSPC when making an index non-resident.
    • ntfs-3g: fixed partial mapping ahead of mapped runlist.
    • ntfs-3g: enabled forensic mounting (currently same as read-only).
    • ntfs-3g: expand an attribute without creating a hole.
    • ntfs-3g: improved appending data to a long hole.
    • ntfs-3g: deny direct modifications to metadata files.
    • ntfs-3g: option ‘acl’ to request the use of Posix ACLs.
    • ntfsclone: fixed reading old big-endian ntfsclone images.
    • ntfsclone: avoided writing beyond allocated variable.
    • ntfsclone: close volume and cleanup when exiting.
    • ntfsclone: new option not to clear the timestamps.
    • ntfsclone: sync created image before remounting.
    • ntfsclone: use a stream to produce aligned writes during image creation.
    • ntfsinfo: display times in UTC.
    • mkntfs: don’t store full bitmap and logfile in memory.
    • mkntfs: set a volume UUID if option -U.
    • mkntfs: fixed $MFT allocated size.
    • mkntfs: fixed allocated size of resident unnamed data.
    • ntfsfix: new option -n for no action.
    • ntfsfix: try alternate boot sector if cannot start up.
    • ntfsfix: check and fix the upcase table.
    • ntfsfix: try to fix file systems with incorrect size.
    • ntfsundelete: fixed a segfault.
    • ntfsresize: new option –info-mb-only.
    • ntfsresize: new option –check.
    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • N2011_1_15(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2011.1.15 (January 23, 2011) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2011.1.15.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: implemented fsync() and fsyncdir().
    • New: implemented the ‘sync’ mount option.
    • New: sanity check upcase table.
    • New: added a big-endian extended attribute name for attrib and times.
    • New: added an extended attribute name for creation time.
    • New: enable renaming of system extended attributes.
    • Change: improved appending data to fragmented files.
    • Change: improved rebuilding a runlist.
    • Change: improved comparing filenames on big-endian CPUs.
    • Fixed stat(2) for system files with no data.
    • Fixed alignment on cached structures.
    • Fixed Posix ACLs for big-endian CPUs.
    • Fixed deleting files using ignore_case option.
    • Fixed allocated size when an attribute update causes unnamed data to be expelled.
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  • N2010_10_2(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.10.2 (October 3, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.10.2.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fixed filename encoding when standard functions are not available.
    • Fixed checking mounted device status on some non-Linux platforms.
    • Fixed mounting with SELinux context.
    • Fixed -n and –no-mtab mount option handling, needed by automount.
    • Improved consistency checks of POSIX ACLs.
    • NTFS-3G manual update.
    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • N2010_8_8(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.8.8 (August 8, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.8.8.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Full, transparent, read-write compression support.
    • New: Two new mount options: compression and nocompression (default).
    • New: Introduced windows_names mount option to enforce only Windows names.
    • Change: Re-enabled compression in root directory.
    • Change: Reversed default for showing/hiding hidden files.
    • Change: Redefined default user mapping.
    • Change: Marked files whose name has a dot initial as “hidden” if option hide_dot_files is used.
    • Change: Renamed option default_permissions to permissions.
    • Fixed use of utimensat() with external fuse older than 2.8.
    • Fixed a hang when reading a corrupt compressed file.
    • Fixed a possible crash when creating a stream.
    • Fixed all reported and found compressed write related bugs.
    • Fixed partially overwriting sparse clusters on highly fragmented volumes.
    • Fixed checking write errors in setxattr().
    • Fixed processing end of partial runlist for compressed files.
    • Fixed updating file compressed sizes.
    • Fixed checking the device mount state.
    • Fixed processing of options silent and no_def_opts.
    • Fixed excessive cluster allocation within big holes.
    • Fixed creating empty encrypted extended attributes.
    • Fixed too permissive sanity check before compressing.
    • Fixed error returns when writing compressed data.
    • Fixed sanity checked when closing a compressed file.
    • Fixed zeroing the end of an ex-hole cluster of compressed files.
    • Improved sanity checks on security descriptors.
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  • N2010_7_23_RC(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2010.7.23-RC (July 23, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.7.23-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fixed partially overwriting sparse clusters on highly fragmented volumes.
    • Fixed checking write errors in setxattr().
    • Fixed processing end of partial runlist for compressed files.
    • Fixed updating file compressed sizes.
    • Fixed checking the device mount state.
    • Fixed processing of options silent and no_def_opts.
    • Fixed excessive cluster allocation within big holes.
    • Fixed creating empty encrypted extended attributes.
    • Fixed too permissive sanity check before compressing.
    • Fixed error returns when writing compressed data.
    • Fixed sanity checked when closing a compressed file.
    • Improved sanity checks on security descriptors.
    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • N2010_6_31_RC(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2010.6.31-RC (June 30, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.6.31-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Full, transparent, read-write compression support.
    • New: Two new mount options: compression and nocompression (default).
    • New: Introduced windows_names mount option to enforce only Windows names.
    • Change: Re-enabled compression in root directory.
    • Change: Reversed default for showing/hiding hidden files.
    • Change: Redefined default user mapping.
    • Change: Marked files whose name has a dot initial as “hidden” if option hide_dot_files is used.
    • Change: Renamed option default_permissions to permissions.
    • Fixed use of utimensat() with external fuse older than 2.8.
    • Fixed a hang when reading a corrupt compressed file.
    • Fixed a possible crash when creating a stream.
    • Fixed all reported and found compressed write related bugs.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • N2010_5_22(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.5.22 (May 31, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.5.22.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fixed build to create missing usermap and secaudit.
    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • N2010_5_16(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.5.16 (May 16, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.5.16.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fixed a compilation issue with uClibc.
    • Fixed modifying the read-only flag on a directory.
    • Fixed a bug in ACL inheritance.
    • Fixed a bad condition for security descriptor upgrade.
    • Fixed a possible index block with no key in $SII.
    • Fixed the condition for executing utime() and utimensat().
    • Fixed wrong flags when uid/gid are forced in mount options.
    • Fixed a bad error checking when closing a compressed file.
    • Fixed compiler warnings on OpenSolaris.
    • Fixed conditional code for self-test in secaudit.
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  • N2010_3_6(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.3.6 (March 7, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.3.6.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Support Object Identifiers which are used by Windows for shortcuts and caused CHKDSK warnings when the target was deleted.
    • New: Nanosecond resolution file timestamps support.
    • New: Selective file timestamp modification by utimensat(2).
    • New: Make non-resident TXF_DATA attribute of root directory resident so Vista and later won’t complain about RAW partition.
    • New: Caching inodes.
    • New: More efficient UTF8/UTF16 translations.
    • Fixed setting archive bit on file and alternated data stream creation.
    • Fixed setting reparse tags in parent directories.
    • Fixed enabling permissions when no UserMapping file is found.
    • Fixed an error return code in the main mount function.
    • Fixed setting timestamp via extended attributes to be consistent between Windows and Linux view.
    • Fixed option processing when uid, gid, fmask or dmask are present.
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  • N2010_2_6(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2010.2.6-RC (February 7, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.2.6-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Support Object Identifiers which are used by Windows for shortcuts and caused CHKDSK warnings when the target was deleted.
    • New: Nanosecond resolution file timestamps support.
    • New: Selective file timestamp modification by utimensat(2).
    • New: Make non-resident TXF_DATA attribute of root directory resident so Vista and later won’t complain about RAW partition.
    • New: Caching inodes.
    • New: More efficient UTF8/UTF16 translations.
    • Fix: Setting timestamp via extended attributes was not consistent between Windows and Linux view.
    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • N2010_1_16(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2010.1.16 (January 16, 2010) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2010.1.16.tgz

    Changelog:

    • Fix: Vista, Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 couldn’t access a volume, file or directory if it had a non-resident TXF_DATA attribute despite being allowed by the NTFS $AttrDef attribute specification file. Solution is also available from Microsoft, please see KB974729. Upgrade is recommended!
    • Fix: NTFS-3G may crashed if a junction point referred to a non-ASCII filename.
    • Fix: Compilation errors on Mac OS X, OpenSolaris and openSUSE.
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  • N2009_11_14(Aug 31, 2021)

    Stable Version 2009.11.14 (November 15, 2009) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2009.11.14.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Full file ownership and permissions support. The ownership and permissions of files are interoperable with Windows and conforms to the POSIX rules.
    • New: POSIX ACL support. The ACLs are an extension to ownership and permissions as defined in POSIX.
    • New: Optional Windows-type inheritance of ACLs.
    • New: Full extended attributes support for all namespaces: user, system, security and trusted.
    • New: Junction points support. The junction points and symbolic links created by Windows are seen as symbolic links.
    • New: Access is possible to NTFS internal data like Windows style archive bit and file attributes. They are mapped to extended attributes for easier access.
    • New: Compression write support: sequential writing to compressed files is supported.
    • New: Support copying and restoring encrypted files without decrypting them.
    • New: Support getting and setting high-resolution file timestamps.
    • New: Support to get, set and remove DOS filenames.
    • New: Tools for managing ownership, permissions and ACLs: ntfs-3g.secaudit checks the integrity of ownership, permissions and ACL, ntfs-3g.usermap gives help to configure ownership.
    • New: Implemented setchgtime() on Mac OS X.
    • Fix: Improved Windows junction and symlink handling.
    • Fix: Improved ACL handling.
    • Fix: Unicode normalization on Mac OS X.
    • Fix: Implemented true fsync() on Mac OS X
    • Change: Performance optimizations. Frequently used data are cached to improve speed. Space allocation for fragmented and sparse files has been improved.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • R2009_10_5_RC(Aug 31, 2021)

    TEST Version 2009.10.5-RC (October 10, 2009) Download: https://tuxera.com/opensource/obsolete/ntfs-3g-2009.10.5-RC.tgz

    Changelog:

    • New: Full file ownership and permissions support. The ownership and permissions of files are interoperable with Windows and conforms to the POSIX rules.
    • New: POSIX ACL support. The ACLs are an extension to ownership and permissions as defined in POSIX.
    • New: Optional Windows-type inheritance of ACLs.
    • New: Full extended attributes support for all namespaces: user, system, security and trusted.
    • New: Junction points support. The junction points and symbolic links created by Windows are seen as symbolic links.
    • New: Access is possible to NTFS internal data like Windows style archive bit and file attributes. They are mapped to extended attributes for easier access.
    • New: Compression write support: sequential writing to compressed files is supported.
    • New: Support copying and restoring encrypted files without decrypting them.
    • New: Support getting and setting high-resolution file timestamps.
    • New: Support to get, set and remove DOS filenames.
    • New: Tools for managing ownership, permissions and ACLs: secaudit checks the integrity of ownership, permissions and ACL, usermap gives help to configure ownership.
    • Change: Performance optimizations. Frequently used data are cached to improve speed. Space allocation for fragmented and sparse files has been improved.
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
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