11-25-2009, 08:10 AM #1Mount your NTFS disk as writeable
NTFSMounter, (10.6 only)
my first cocoa application
mout your NTFS disk as writeable disk
So you can create/modify/delete files in NTFS disk
(When I finished. I found there is already a application named NTFSMounter)
Snow Leopard (10.6) support reading/writing NTFS natively,
Apple does not announce NTFS writing public.
NTFSMounter find the NTFS disk, umount and call mount_ntfs command
to mount it as writeable.
NTFSMounter source code
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: write in NTFS disk may cause data losing.Katydid.
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