Provided by: ntfsprogs_1.12.1-1_i386 bug


       ntfsls - list directory contents on an NTFS filesystem


       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 ] -d | --device 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 /dev/hdXX).


       -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
              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.

       -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, --version
              Print the version number of ntfsls and exit.

       -v, --verbose
              Display more debug/warning/error messages.

       -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.

       -d, --device DEVICE
              The  special  file corresponding to the device that contains the
              NTFS partition to read.  If you want to use an image of an  NTFS
              partition stored on a normal file, you will also need to specify
              the -f or --force options.


       We are not aware of any bugs.  If you find a bug, please report  it  to
       <>.  Thank you.


       This   version   of   ntfsls   has   been   written   by   Lode   Leroy
       <>   and   enhanced   by    Anton    Altaparmakov
       <>.    This   man   page  has  been  written  by  Anton


       ntfsls is part of the ntfsprogs package and is available  for  download
       from   in
       source (tar ball and rpm) and pre-compiled binary (i386  rpm  and  deb)