ntfs-config

Enable/disable write support for any NTFS devices
  http://flomertens.free.fr/ntfs-config/
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This program allow you to easily configure all of your NTFS devices to allow write support via a friendly gui. For that use, it will configure them to use the open source ntfs-3g driver. You'll also be able to easily disable this feature.

It just so happens that this program is a newer and improved version, but very few people know about it. It's better to install the disk-manager.
Latest reviews
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Rebel450 4 years ago

works fine, but no configuration options

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lm-user-de 4 years ago

LM17.1 Vielen Dank an die Entwickler!! macht schon seit Jahren was soll!

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prof_braino 5 years ago

Did not work. GUI does not open. Previously, user accounts could not access ntfs disk. Now administrator cannot cannot access ntfs disk either.

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andxbes 6 years ago

Problem with my usb device

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apatni1993 6 years ago

worked like a charm, solved my problem :)

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jahid_0903014 6 years ago

problem with my usb device

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Ironlion45 6 years ago

would like more control over the auto-mounting, but works as advertised

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IIMOG 7 years ago

Works fine. disk-manager did not solve my problem, ntfs-config does.

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linuxfan 7 years ago

Easy and good like apple pie! Thanks

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sebastiaofpmarques 7 years ago

In mint 12 you must typw first on terminal: sudo apt-get install hal . Without it, ntfs-config will not work. It's a dependency problem.

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pankamyk 8 years ago

in Mint 11 you must type first: sudo apt-get install hal [enter] and apt-get install ntfs-config [enter]

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coru-mx 8 years ago

It works great in Mint11 doing - sudo mkdir -p /etc/hal/fdi/policy

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przybysz 8 years ago

is not open on the first run type this in terminal : sudo mkdir -p /etc/hal/fdi/policy

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Tonya 8 years ago

very useful

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alvarogalia 8 years ago

sudo apt-get install hal

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xfirebg 8 years ago

Bedo2991, thanks!

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The_Cornishman 8 years ago

bedo2991's fix didn't work for me; vi /etc/fstab was my solution

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bedo2991 8 years ago

To make it work on Mint 10 run in terminal: sudo mkdir /etc/hal/fdi/policy -p

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mactar 8 years ago

mactar pratique et efficace

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piku2008 8 years ago

solved all my mount problems .........