Release Notes: This is a milestone release that implements writing of MFT records. This makes it possible to overwrite resident (i.e., very small) files. All the necessary housekeeping of the NTFS system files is now done to ensure data integrity, so ntfsfix no longer needs to be run after unmounting. The NFS-caused deadlock has been fixed. The driver has been included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.7.
Release Notes: A rarely-occurring bug has been fixed in the decompression code. Minor write-related enhancements have been introduced. The driver has been included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.7-rc3.
Release Notes: Two bugs were fixed in the decompression engine in handling of corner cases. The compilation problem on x86_64 was also fixed. Read-only (re)mounting of volumes with unsupported flags is now forced. The driver has been included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.7-rc1.
Release Notes: This release adds significant enhancements to ntfsinfo, including dump by path/filename and much more detailed information. Three decompression bugs in libntfs were fixed. Many other cleanups and improvements were made.
Release Notes: During read-write mounting, the driver performs stricter consistency checks and resets the NTFS journal file to prevent potential false rollbacks. The new nano-second kernel time precision was used to improve on the NTFS vs Linux time conversion functions. The driver has been included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.6.
Release Notes: This release implemented NFS exporting of NTFS volumes. Some minor updates and fixes were also made. The driver has been included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.6-rc3.
Release Notes: The driver was updated for kernel 2.4.26. No other code changes were made. The documentation was also updated to describe what write support provides today, and the status of write support isn't marked as dangerous nor experimental anymore.
Release Notes: This version includes a mostly rewritten ntfsinfo, a mkntfs tool that creates bootable volumes, 64-bit architecture fixes, improved ntfsresize and ntfsclone diagnostic messages, an updated ntfsclone and manual, and support for NTFS with missing volume labels. There were also lots of other minor improvements and cleanups.
Release Notes: Ntfsresize is able to safely resize partitions to any size. Numerous build and portability enhancements were included, meaning the tools now work on Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Windows (Cygwin), and DOS (DJGPP) on most 32 and 64-bit architectures.
Release Notes: This release was updated for Linux kernel 2.4.25. There have been no changes to the NTFS code.