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Release Notes: Many new utilities were added, such as ntfscat, ntfsclone, ntfscluster, ntfsinfo, and ntfsls. The NTFS gnomevfs module has been merged. There are several bugfixes. The code is now compatible with newer gcc versions.

Release Notes: The NTFS gnomevfs module has been merged. There are several bugfixes. The code is now compatible with newer gcc compilers. Many new utilities were added, such as ntfscat, ntfsclone, ntfscluster, ntfsinfo, and ntfsls.

Release Notes: Major feature enhancements and a lot of bugfixes were made.

Release Notes: Several bugfixes were made. The code is now compatible with newer gcc compilers. Lots of new utilities were added, such as ntfscat, ntfsclone, ntfscluster, ntfsinfo, and ntfsls.

Release Notes: This is a massive update featuring an almost complete rewrite of the ntfs library. Its adds the ntfslabel, ntfsresize, and ntfsundelete utilities.

Release Notes: This is a massive update featuring an almost complete rewrite of the ntfs library. The API should hopefully remain stable from now on. Several new utilities were added: ntfslabel, ntfsresize, and ntfsundelete. This is a beta release and can contain bugs, so please backup your data before using any of the utilities in write mode.

Release Notes: An initial implementation of file overwriting without changes in file size was added. Writes to resident files are not written out to disk yet, so writing to files smaller than about 1kiB should be avoided.

Release Notes: LDM (Dynamic Disks) are Win2K/XP's new partitioning scheme. The docs provide a high-level overview (with pictures) and a low-level breakdown of the on-disk structures that make up the LDM database. The documentation has undergone some huge changes. After a long bout of reverse-engineering, almost all the fields of all the structures of the database are now understood, including the metadata journalling.

Release Notes: This is a big update and all existing users should upgrade. New features include support for Windows XP NTFS partitions (ntfsfix) and creation of small NTFS partitions (mkntfs) so you can create NTFS floppies.

Release Notes: Compared to the previous fm release, everything has changed. This version has the latest tools and library code to go with the 2.4 Linux kernel.

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