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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell by Jason McIntosh, Chuck Toporek, Chris Stone, Andy Lester

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Name

mount_ntfs

Synopsis

mount_ntfs [-a] [-i] [-W filename] [-u user_ID] [-g group_ID] [-m mode]
[-o mount_options] device mount_point

Mounts NTFS filesystems into the directory hierarchy.

Options

-a

Filenames are mapped to DOS 8.3 format.

-g

Set group ownership on files in the volume. Defaults to the mount point's group owner.

-i

Cause filename lookups to be case insensitive.

-m

Set the maximum permissions for files in the volume. The argument is an octal mode, as described in the chmod manpage.

-o

Takes -o options as listed in the mount manpage.

-s

Turn on case sensitivity on name lookups.

-u

Set ownership on files in the volume. Defaults to the mount point's owner.

-W

Specify a file containing character set conversion tables.

device

The disk device filename, e.g., /dev/disk0s5.

mount_point

The directory on which the filesystem is mounted.

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