ntfsinfo - dump a file's attributes


   ntfsinfo [options] device


   ntfsinfo  will  dump  the  attributes of inode inode-number or the file
   path-filename and/or information about  the  mft  (  -m  option).   Run
   ntfsinfo without arguments for a full list of options.


   Below  is  a  summary of all the options that ntfsinfo accepts.  Nearly
   all options have two equivalent names.  The short name is preceded by -
   and  the  long name is preceded by --.  Any single letter options, that
   don't take an argument, can be combined into  a  single  command,  e.g.
   -fv  is  equivalent to -f -v.  Long named options can be abbreviated to
   any unique prefix of their name.

   -F, --file FILE
          Show information about this file

   -f, --force
          This  will  override  some  sensible  defaults,  such   as   not
          overwriting an existing file.  Use this option with caution.

   -h, --help
          Show a list of options with a brief description of each one.

   -i, --inode NUM
          Show information about this inode.

   -m, --mft
          Show information about the volume.

   -q, --quiet
          Produce less output.

   -t, --notime
          Do not display timestamps in the output.

   -v, --verbose
          Increase the amount of output that ntfsinfo prints.

   -V, --version
          Show the version number, copyright and license.


   There  are  no  known problems with ntfsinfo.  If you find a bug please
   send an email describing the problem to the development team:


   ntfsinfo was written by Matthew J. Fanto, Anton  Altaparmakov,  Richard
   Russon,  Szabolcs Szakacsits, Yuval Fledel, Yura Pakhuchiy and Cristian
   Klein.  It was ported to ntfs-3g by Erik Larsson and Jean-Pierre Andre.


   ntfsinfo is part of the ntfs-3g package and is available from:



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