ntfsprogs - several tools for doing neat things with NTFS partitions
ntfsprogs is a suite of NTFS utilities based around a shared library. The tools are available for free and come with full source code.
mkntfs(8): Format a partition using NTFS.
ntfscat(8): Dump a file’s contents to the standard output.
ntfsclone(8): Efficiently clone, create, restore or rescue an image of an NTFS partition.
ntfscluster(8): Locate the owner of any given sector or cluster on an NTFS partition.
ntfscp(8): Overwrite file on an NTFS partition.
ntfsfix(8): Check and fix some common errors, clear the LogFile and make Windows perform a thorough check next time it boots.
ntfsinfo(8): Show some information about an NTFS partition or one of the files or directories within it.
ntfslabel(8): Show, or set, an NTFS partition’s volume label.
ntfsls(8): List information about files in a directory residing on an NTFS partition.
ntfsmount(8): NTFS module for FUSE.
ntfsresize(8): Resize an NTFS partition without losing data.
ntfsundelete(8): Recover deleted files from an NTFS partition.
The tools have been written by Anton Altaparmakov, Richard Russon, Matthew Fanto, Szabolcs Szakacsits, Lode Leroy, Yuval Fledel and Yura Pakhuchiy.
The ntfsprogs can be downloaded from http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net
These manual pages can be viewed online at ntfsprogs.html