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NTFS-3G has an open source and a commercial branch, but stable. It's not an M$ product. But I see I should rather ask my specific question about NTFS-3G on their ...
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    NTFS-3G has an open source and a commercial branch, but stable. It's not an M$ product.
    But I see I should rather ask my specific question about NTFS-3G on their forum.

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    Lightbulb Solution: the symlink workaround

    I got the answer concerning NTFS at the NTFS-3G forum(tuxera.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=14010&sid=c9dae5c120bd5049b92a d575561694eb). NTFS directory junctions are supported under Linux, but they do not achieve what I need.

    An other workaround using the world-unique NFS object_id was suggested, but the symlink workaround looks more simple.

    It did not turn out in this discussion how hard linked directories could be enabled, but I consider the symlink workaround the solution for my problem.

    Thanks for your helpful comments.

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