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[HowTo]: Aktivire native NTFS lese und schreib funktion mit Snow Leopard


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Als erstes deinstalliert falls vorhanden NTFS-3G/Paragon.

1. Startet das Terminal

2. Gebe folgende es ein: diskutil info /Volumes/volume_name" und kopiere die Volume UUID (bunch of numbers)

3. Mach eine Sicherung von : /etc/fstab falls du es hast

4. Gebe im Terminal folgendes ein: sudo nano /etc/fstab

5. Type in "UUID=paste_the_uuid_here none ntfs rw" or "LABEL=volume_name none ntfs rw" (if you don't have UUID for the disk).
Repeat for other NTFS partitions.
Save the file (ctrl-x then y) and restart your system.

After reboot, NTFS partitions should natively have read and write support. This works in both 32 and 64-bit kernels. Support is quite good and fast, it even recognizes file attributes such as hidden files.

Hier nochmal komplett auf Englisch:

I am sure many of you heard that Snow Leopard was supposed to have native read/write for NTFS partitions. Apple supported NTFS R/W in older SL builds but I guess decided to not to go with it for some reason, however support is still present.
For this, you need to modify your /etc/fstab file to mount NTFS partitions for read and write.

First, uninstall NTFS-3G/Paragon if installed.
Open Terminal.app (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal)
Type "diskutil info /Volumes/volume_name" and copy the Volume UUID (bunch of numbers).
Backup /etc/fstab if you have it, shouldn't be there in a default install.
Type "sudo nano /etc/fstab".
Type in "UUID=paste_the_uuid_here none ntfs rw" or "LABEL=volume_name none ntfs rw" (if you don't have UUID for the disk).
Repeat for other NTFS partitions.
Save the file (ctrl-x then y) and restart your system.

After reboot, NTFS partitions should natively have read and write support. This works in both 32 and 64-bit kernels. Support is quite good and fast, it even recognizes file attributes such as hidden files.

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Nettes HOW TO
aber da find ich paragon etwas komfortabler,
Beispiel. wenn ich mal nen USB Stick von nen Freund in NTFS bekomme
und soll nur mal schnell was raufkopieren.
aber Paragon luft glaubich nicht unter SL 64-Bit

trozdem Daumen hoch
Ich denke aber das Apple das nicht herausnehmen wird

mfg
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After reboot, NTFS partitions should natively have read and write support. This works in both 32 and 64-bit kernels. Support is quite good and fast, it even recognizes file attributes such as hidden files.



Ist der Geschwindigkeitsvorteil deutlich spürbar? Also die jetzige Schreibgeschwindigkeit mit NTFS-3G ist ja eine Katastrophe.

Und gilt das auch für Leopard?

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also die geschwindigkeit zwischen NTFS-3G und Paragon ist auf jedenfall spürtbar
paragon ist sehr viel besser





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