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Dear Forum Visitors, For the past year Paragon has been working on a new version of Paragon NTFS for Linux 7.0. NTFS for Linux 7.0 is a driver allowing Linux ...
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    [SOLVED] Paragon NTFS for Linux 7.0 Public Beta Testing


    Dear Forum Visitors,

    For the past year Paragon has been working on a new version of Paragon NTFS for Linux 7.0. NTFS for Linux 7.0 is a driver allowing Linux users to access (read and write) Microsoft NTFS file systems. With the new version, the driver has been significantly improved, and several bugs were fixed.

    The product is almost ready for market release and we want to offer you the Public Beta version. This is the first time that we've offered beta testing for this driver. We do it because we want to make Paragon NTFS for Linux a useful tool for every Linux user -- that is why we need your opinion about it.

    According to existing feedback, the main issue most users encounter when using our driver is with installation. So, if you choose to test the Beta version with us, please pay attention to the installation stage because it is important for us to make a driver that will support the most Linux distributions as possible.

    What we expect from you:
    1. Bug reports (though we hope that there won't be many). If you find a bug, describe with details how it can be reproduced by our developers. We need every detail, every step (even if it seems minor). Please specify your Linux distribution and Linux kernel version.

    2. Usability issues. We want to make the product as easy to use as possible. Write us with your suggestions on what you think we can improve upon or what should be changed. Make your suggestions both detailed and reasonable so we can understand what your concerns are as well as determine if possible to implement.

    To download the public beta version, please fill out a short web form.

    In addition, you can review the “How to install” readme file here.

    Our commitment to you: We will read your feedback in this thread very carefully. Please excuse (in advance) any perceived lack of replies to your posts. We won’t be able to reply to all of them, but we will do "summary" replies once or twice a week in this thread.

    PS. We value this forum's community members very much. That's why we selected you for our Public beta testing. In exchange for your help, we will be glad to provide the most active beta testers with NTFS for Linux Professional Edition free of charge.

    Thank you in advance and best regards,
    Paragon NTFS for Linux team.
    Last edited by bigtomrodney; 09-05-2008 at 01:50 PM.

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    You could always have it merged to the kernel. That would make it easier to install

    ntfs-3g already takes care of all of this through fuse and is fully open.

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