Odd behavior with NTFS partition
Searched various forums and FAQs but didn't find anything matching my problem:
I've installed PC-BSD 9.0 on a laptop that is also running Windows XP SP3. I can access the NTFS partition from Dolphin File Manager (KDE Desktop) but I am experiencing some odd behavior creating/accessing files created in one OS from the other (and vice-versa).
I don't have problems creating and accessing text files in either OS but audio and video files created in one OS don't show up in the other (either way).
I mostly use Windows but I know just enough about FreeBSD to be dangerous. I have experience with DOS, so I am comfortable with shell commands.
When I issue the "mount" command, it shows that the NTFS partition is mounted as:
/dev/fuse0 on /media/ada0s1 (fuse, local, nosuid, synchronous)
An entry in the System Log shows:
<date> pcbsd-5299 ntfs-3g Mounted /dev/ada0s1 (Read-Write, label "", NTFS 3.1)
I've tried manually mounting ("mount -t ntfs-3g" or "ntfs-3g") using some examples posted on some of these forums/FAQs but it doesn't seem to make any difference.
A co-worker of mine told me that he thinks there is a known problem with ntfs-3g that ship with pc-bsd and that I may need to update or install fresh fusefs-ntfs.
However, I can't seem to find anything that tells me how to update or obtain any kind of fix.
Has anyone else run into this problem or knows how to fix it?