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It is a common issue Mac users, when you try open NTFS external storage you allowed only read mode. And of course there are some solution. One of them it is NTFS 3G - free alternative.
I followed instructions
I set up FUSE then I set up Brew and eventually I set up NTFS 3G
But because lack of experience in Mac and English I can't understand what I need to do after all
According to link
Even though you have installed NFTS-3G, newly connected NTFS volumes will still be auto-mounted in read-only mode. To change this you need to replace Apple's NTFS mount tool /sbin/mount_ntfs with the one provided by NTFS-3G.
It says that I need to replace Apple's NTFS mount tool with the one provided by NTFS-3G...
How to do it? I don't know any tools provided by NTFS-3G...
Please help me to finish installing process
I found this two commands to solve my issue
sudo mv "/Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs" "/Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs.orig" sudo ln -s /usr/local/sbin/mount_ntfs "/Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs"
After I execute first command I got follow output
mv: rename /Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs to /Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs.orig: No such file or directory
After I execute second command I got follow output
ln: /Volumes/Macintosh HD/sbin/mount_ntfs: No such file or directory
Admins-MacBook-Pro:~ admin$ sudo mv "/sbin/mount_ntfs" "/sbin/mount_ntfs.orig" Password: mv: rename /sbin/mount_ntfs to /sbin/mount_ntfs.orig: Operation not permitted