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From: Szabolcs Szakacsits <szaka-IyvsvuGDJ8VAfugRpC6u6w <at> public.gmane.org>
Subject: Stable ntfs-3g-1.1030 released
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.file-systems.ntfs-3g.devel
Date: Monday 29th October 2007 00:00:54 UTC (over 10 years ago)
Hei,

The NTFS-3G Team is happy to announce a new stable release of its driver. 
This release has many minor fixes besides the big-endian ones.

Jean-Pierre Andre has made great progress on permission handling support 
and ported the user mapping utility to Linux. The Alpha test version and 
documentation is available at

	http://perso.orange.fr/b.andre/security.html

Please note that permission handling is experimental. Don't use it on 
real data or have backup. Please send your feedback or bug report to 
ntfs-3g-devel-TtF/[email protected]

Erik Larsson has integrated the UBLIO user space caching layer written 
by Csaba Henk into NTFS-3G on OS X. This work has resulted dramatic 
performance increase using USB devices. You can find out the details 
below:

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

We're also glad to report that the NTFS-3G Project sponsored Erik with 
the new OS X Leopard. This way he can work on Leopard support which is 
asked for by increasingly more OS X users.

Details of the stable driver changes are at

	http://ntfs-3g.org/releases.html

The stable release can be downloaded from

	http://ntfs-3g.org/

Many thanks to Jean-Pierre Andre, Erik Larsson, Julian Sikorski, Bernhard 
Kaindl, Dominique L Bouix, Miklos Szeredi, Jorgen Lundman, Agostino Russo, 
and Huwenke.

Best regards,
		Szaka

--
NTFS-3G Lead Developer:  http://ntfs-3g.org

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