Linux kernel release 5.15 introduced a new NTFS file system driver named NTFS3. This kernel driver has originally been developed as a commercial solution by Paragon Software (more about the ntfs3 driver can be found on their FAQ page).
NTFS3 is not to be confused with NTFS-3G, a user space driver that employs the FUSE or “file system in user space” approach. There is a 3rd driver available – simply NTFS – that was shipped as the standard NTFS driver on Linux, but it lacked support for many of the Microsoft NTFS features (like writing to disk). Most of us dealing with NTFS drives have installed and use the NTFS-3G driver.Continue reading “New NTFS Driver in Kernel 5.15”