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[Discuss] any decent NTFS implementations for Linux?

I have a USB 3.0 hard drive which I can write at over 100Mbyte/sec via
Linux native filesystems.   However, when I use the FUSE-based NTFS
filesystem (so I can share the disk with Windows machines), it drops
down to 1Mbytes/sec.   I'm running an updated Ubuntu 12.04
(with the 14.04 trusty kernel stack) for reference.

Bill Bogstad

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