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10.5: Use Fuse and NTFS 3G for NTFS writing in 10.5
Authored by: wonkeythemonkey on Jan 04, '08 09:05:08AM

Well that sure sounds nifty. Too bad this hint doesn't explain how to make it work.



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10.5: Use Fuse and NTFS 3G for NTFS writing in 10.5
Authored by: leamanc on Jan 04, '08 09:20:13AM

Yes, this is not so much of a hint as it is just an update to people who have been following the availability/reliability of FUSE for OS X. Google's first MacFUSE releases worked pretty good, but required a fair amount of command-line skills. But now there is a GUI, which makes all this pretty self-explanatory, and some good documentation on all the sites linked in the hint.



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10.5: Use Fuse and NTFS 3G for NTFS writing in 10.5
Authored by: Sven G on Jan 04, '08 09:25:39AM
Essentially, download and install MacFUSE:

http://code.google.com/p/macfuse

... and then NTFS-3G (personally, I prefer the DMG package, with automount):

http://macntfs-3g.blogspot.com

... and everything should work (well, almost).

MacFusion (optional) doesn't yet seem to have been officially updated to support MacFUSE 1.1.1 for Leopard, however...

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