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Linux/Ubuntu version needed

I heard that there is a version of Linux/Ubuntu that supports NTFS format. But the person who told me about this forgot the version, so I was wondering anyone knows which version it is? Thanks

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Odd.

I used the first version I found with google and the word UBUNTU.

Tell me what you tried.
Bob

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All the Recent versions do NTFS

I assume you want to Read or Write a NTFS partition?
The last two, Hardy Heron and Gutsy Gibbon both do it well.

Download the Desktop CD ISO file and burn it to CD,
Boot from the CD, you do NOT need to install to try.
You can mount an existing File System (NTFS, FAT) while yo try.

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(NT) {NT} The latest Ubuntu version, 8.10 Intrepid Ibex, does too

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