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Terminal - Commands tagged ntfs - 5 results
find . | grep -E "(\||\\|\?|\*|<|\"|:|>)"
2012-01-21 17:59:20
User: dj_bushido
Functions: find grep
0

Find all files under "." that are invalid NTFS filenames. Find locates all files, and grep shows the invalid ones.

ntfsfix /dev/hda1
2011-07-02 17:49:48
User: 0disse0
Tags: ntfs
-4

This command marks it as "dirty" NTFS partition, forcing Windows to do the scandisk during boot. It is convenient if you work hard to NTFS partitions under Linux

ntfsresize --size X[k,M.G] /dev/hda1
2011-07-02 17:47:05
User: 0disse0
Tags: ntfs
-2

With this command you can resize an NTFS partition by specifying the new size (X) in Kbytes, Mbytes or Gbytes. If you plan to do this it is advisable to precede --no-action parameter to size

see more:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1244058

and

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ntfsresize

mkntfs /dev/hda1
2011-07-02 17:43:16
User: 0disse0
Tags: windows ntfs
-3

With this command you can create an empty NTFS partition. The command is useful if, for example, we want to format a previous installation of Windows and reinstall before you want to restore some files on the partition.

ntfsclone
2011-07-02 17:37:19
User: 0disse0
Tags: windows ntfs
-3

Although not frequently used, it is possible to clone an NTFS partition to an image file and, where necessary, restore the image to another partition. This command is useful, for example, if we want to keep a backup copy of our Windows installation, or in a corporate environment to install or repair a Windows of one or more computers. For the command syntax is refer to the documentation (man ntfsclone)