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About Sudar

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  1. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    Well, Paragon's is not free in comparison to NTFS-3G... And they are just two available drivers at all - here the info given for both. At you discretion actually.
  2. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    18.10.07 Paragon's NTFS driver: http://ntfs-mac.com/ The latest release is NTFS-3G 1.1120. First get MacFuse here: http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/ Then proceed with the driver itself: http://macntfs-3g.blogspot.com/
  3. Mac OS X 10.5 = 666

    Apple (i.e. Steeve Jobs) seems to be fond of this number - the first Apple Macintosh had a price of 666 dollars...
  4. Mac OS X 10.5 = 666

    Leopard final release - build 951 GM.
  5. Here it is: http://rap*dshare.com/files/64594338/MacOS...-final.zip.html
  6. Check out the latest release: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...+latest+release
  7. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    Updated release is 1.1004. See TOP.
  8. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    Read his FAQ: http://macntfs-3g.blogspot.com/ "Problem: NTFS-3G doesn't react properly to SIGTERM and thus slows down shutdown of the computer! Possible cause: There is something that I don't understand with how NTFS-3G reacts in these situations. shadowofged, who provided the previous hazzle free package for NTFS-3G, solved the problem (or tried to... I'm not sure if it really worked on my computer) by installing a daemon listening to SIGTERM, and when activated automatically unmounted all MacFUSE file systems. This daemon isn't released as open source software, but I might rewrite it in the future as open source code, if the problem gets too annoying."
  9. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    Erik ( http://www.blogger.com/profile/18326970669258666618 ) has updates his site with the FAQ info.
  10. NTFS Driver for Mac OS X

    See top: an 1.913 update has been published here: http://macntfs-3g.blogspot.com/
  11. NTFS External USB automounting

    Here you are: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...+latest+release
  12. NTFS-3G Problems! Please Help!

    These packages are simply the latest driver release. That's what I meant. So if you experienced some problems, installing the latest files could help.
  13. NTFS-3G Problems! Please Help!

    Well, uninstaller script is inside the NTFS-3G_1.826.pkg.tar.bz2 archive..
  14. NTFS-3G Problems! Please Help!

    Well, this package is to be installed first: http://macfuse.googlecode.com/files/MacFUSE-Core-0.4.0.dmg And then instal this one: http://homepage.mac.com/danielj7/NTFS-3G.pkg.tar.bz2 Does it help now?
  15. see http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=53141