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Raspberry Pi Enabling full read write support for NTFS

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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com You may well have drives that you wish to use on your RPi and Windows Devices so the file-system of choice will be NTFS. They will mount on the Raspberry but read-only. The video will step you though adding in the ntfs-3g drivers from the ntfsprogs package to give full read-write support
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1mpossible (8 days ago)
still helpful (added to favouries)
theurbanpenguin (7 days ago)
Thanks, I will add more videos soon for the Pi
Themaster Adder (8 months ago)
Brilliant. I have been messing around with file permissions for ages and nothing worked until I saw your video. I had to use the ntfs-3g package however but I can at last send files using filezilla from my windows 10 pc to my external usb drive connected to my pi3. Thanks again
theurbanpenguin (8 months ago)
Thanks for taking the time to comment. I am glad it helped.
VisionStills (10 months ago)
Liked and subscribed! Thank you so much, you solved my problem. And a shout out to Anthony John for the update to use ntfs-3g install package.
Anthony John (1 year ago)
for those of us trying this in 2017...use the ntfs-3g package instead as the one in this video no longer exists. but thank you for the tutorial and explanation!
Bulbizarre_Girl (1 month ago)
Thanks !!
vgehts (3 years ago)
Thank you for this tutorial.  It solved my issue with trying to mount my NTFS USB drive.  For me when I did lsmod, it shows up as fuse in the list and not ntfs.  Just FYI in case others run into this.  Also, here is a helpful site for understanding how to automatically mount a USB drive by its UUID at boot time instead of using /dev/sda1 in the /etc/fcstab file as I found in my setup that at boot time /dev/sda1 wouldn't automatically get mounted even thought mount -a would load it.  Changing /dev/sda1 to its UUID equivalent solved the problem. http://www.techjawab.com/2013/06/how-to-setup-mount-auto-mount-usb-hard.html
Alysson Rowan (3 years ago)
Thankyou - I've been struggling with remote mounts all day, and then to find that I was stuck ro. 2 minutes, and it's fixed.
Fernando Moreno (3 years ago)
Thank you so much!
Julien SALAMI (4 years ago)
Thank you, this was helpfull :)
jake eichner (4 years ago)
thank-you sooooooo much I have had many issues with this along with hours of frustration as to why it would not work
Gustavo Rostirolla (4 years ago)
Congratulation man for always being talking about the new technologies involving Linux like RPI!

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