Exploring the ntfsprogs toolset

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The ntfsprogs toolset lets you manage NTFS resources from the Linux command line.

The Linux-NTFS project is a team of developers dedicated to providing full-featured access to NTFS from Linux. One of the goals of the project is to develop and support a collection of utilities for managing NTFS resources from the Linux command line.

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