libntfs is a port of the NTFS-3G driver to the Nintendo GameCube/Wii, modeled on the libfat interface.
Full read/write, files of any size can be created, modified, renamed, moved, or deleted.
Compression, read/write support for compressed files
Symbolic link and directory junction walking
Partial journaling (see below)
NTFS-3G only supports partial journaling, so unexpected crashes or power loss can leave the file system in an inconsistent state. The only way to (correctly) fix it is to boot into Windows and let NTFS replay the journal; However, in most situations (read: it is not 100% guaranteed) this is not required and the file system can be remounted without problem. In situations where there has been heavy disc activity prior to the crash or power loss it is recommended you let Windows replay the journal before remounting with libntfs in order to prevent possible data lose and/or corruption.
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