Totally new to linux and TurnKey, however I am able to get it installed and share the USB connected (NTFS formatted) harddisk on the network.
I am using the version "turnkey-fileserver-11.2-lucid-x86" and I did update all the latest Ubuntu packages as advised in the first run of the turnkey fileserver.
Mounted and shared via SAMBA, I can see the harddisk shares on my Windows 7 machine and I can read and copy from it as well.
However I just wanted to ask that does turnkey support NTFS write to (SAMBA) shared drives which are NTFS formatted out of the box, or do I need to install any specific packages for it.
I tried copying some files to the NTFS share, but the Windows shows the access denied message. I am sure I tick all the options to make the share writeable in the mounting and SAMBA sharing options. Still it has the same behaviour.
A guided answer about how to make it work would be appreciated.