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ntfsls - list directory contents on an NTFS filesystem


ntfsls [options] device ntfsls [ -a | --all ] [ -F | --classify ] [ -f | --force ] [ -h | --help ] [ -i | --inode ] [ -l | --long ] [ -p | --path PATH ] [ -q | --quiet ] [ -s | --system ] [ -V | --version ] [ -v | --verbose ] [ -x | --dos ] device


ntfsls is used to list information about the files specified by the PATH option (the root directory by default). DEVICE is the special file corresponding to the device (e.g R /dev/hdXX ) or an NTFS image file.


Below is a summary of all the options that ntfsls accepts. Nearly all options have two equivalent names. The short name is preceded by - and the long name is preceded by R -- . Any single letter options, that don't take an argument, can be combined into a single command, e.g. -fv is equivalent to R -f -v . Long named options can be abbreviated to any unique prefix of their name.
-a, --all
Display all files. If this option is not specified file names in the POSIX namespace will not be displayed.
-F, --classify
Append indicator (one of */=@|) to entries.
-f, --force
Force execution. For example necessary to run on an NTFS partition stored in a normal file.
-h, --help
Print the usage information of ntfsls and exit.
-i, --inode
Print inode number of each file. This is the MFT reference number in NTFS terminology.
-l, --long
Use a long listing format.
-p, --path PATH
The directory whose contents to list or the file (including the path) about which to display information.
-q, --quiet
Suppress some debug/warning/error messages.
-R, --recursive
Show the contents of all directories beneath the specified directory.
-s, --system
Unless this options is specified, all files beginning with a dollar sign character will not be listed as these files are usually system files.
-v, --verbose
Display more debug/warning/error messages.
-V, --version
Print the version number of ntfsls and exit.
-x, --dos
Display short file names, i.e. files in the DOS namespace, instead of long file names, i.e. files in the WIN32 namespace.


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


This version of ntfsls was written by Lode Leroy, Anton Altaparmakov, Richard Russon, Carmelo Kintana and Giang Nguyen.


ntfsls is part of the ntfsprogs package and is available from:
http://www.linux-ntfs.org/content/view/19/37 The manual pages are available online at: