is there a Supported NTFS Read/Write support for SLES

SLES 11 or 12 - is there a Supported NTFS Read/Write support ?

Alternatively, one that works but causes no problems !
  • On 08/01/2016 07:16, bhrt60 wrote:

    > SLES 11 or 12 - is there a Supported NTFS Read/Write support ?


    If you're asking about plain SLES then you should post in the SUSE
    Forums @ https://forums.suse.com/

    > Alternatively, one that works but causes no problems !


    I've had success with NTFS-3g on openSUSE Linux, not had a need to try
    it on SUSE Linux Enterprise.

    HTH.
    --
    Simon
    Micro Focus (Novell/NetIQ) Knowledge Partner

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  • On 08/01/2016 07:16, bhrt60 wrote:

    > SLES 11 or 12 - is there a Supported NTFS Read/Write support ?


    If you're asking about plain SLES then you should post in the SUSE
    Forums @ https://forums.suse.com/

    > Alternatively, one that works but causes no problems !


    I've had success with NTFS-3g on openSUSE Linux, not had a need to try
    it on SUSE Linux Enterprise.

    HTH.
    --
    Simon
    Micro Focus (Novell/NetIQ) Knowledge Partner

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  • smflood;2416048 wrote:
    ...I've had success with NTFS-3g on openSUSE Linux, not had a need to try
    it on SUSE Linux Enterprise.


    I've also have the ntfs-3g package installed on some SLES servers, just for portability reasons (e.g. being able to connect NTFS formated USB media).
    You can find the packages on the SLES SDK media - at least for SLES 11, but there is no official support for using it on production systems AFAIK.


    Cheers,
    Willem
  • On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 14:26:02 GMT, magic31
    <magic31@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

    >
    > smflood;2416048 Wrote:
    > > ...I've had success with NTFS-3g on openSUSE Linux, not had a need to
    > > try
    > > it on SUSE Linux Enterprise.

    >
    > I've also have the ntfs-3g package installed on some SLES servers, just
    > for portability reasons (e.g. being able to connect NTFS formated USB
    > media).
    > You can find the packages on the SLES SDK media - at least for SLES 11,
    > but there is no official support for using it on production systems
    > AFAIK.


    One click installers available:
    http://software.opensuse.org/package/ntfs-3g

    click on other versions for sle-11sp3 unstable packages

    100% unsupported.