Originally Posted by Kilyin
there is no reason you can't share any size file though. There are plenty of addons that allow linux to read NTFS volumes, which is possibly what you need. When I used to dual boot linux I had something setup to allow me to copy to and from NTFS partitions while in linux. You may want to research that a bit.
Here is the latest I get:
Actually something changed in 12A43 or 12A50. Preventing writing to the drive from applications. It also removed the ability to look up hidden drives like /Volumes when modifying a shortcut's destination location.
Basically it was a surgical strike against people using native NTFS in Mountain Lion. (especially from GUI side).
I'm running 12C60. I may plug the drives into my old G4 PowerBook and I should be able to recognize and read/write from there but that's not the optimal solution for me.
I did read where you can go into /etc/fstab.hd and change it to ignore the ignore this drive file in there. That's above my pay grade though.
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