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       ntfslabel device [ new-label ]


       ntfslabel will display or change the file system label  on
       the ntfs file system located on device.

       If the optional argument new-label is not present, ntfsla­
       bel will simply display the current file system label.

       If the optional argument new-label is present, then  ntfs­
       label  will  set  the  file  system label to be new-label.
       NTFS file system labels can be at most 128 Unicode charac­
       ters long; if new-label is longer than 128 Unicode charac­
       ters, ntfslabel will truncate it and print a warning  mes­

       It is also possible to set the file system label using the
       -L option of mkntfs(8) during creation of the file system.


       ntfslabel    was    written    by    Matthew    J.   Fanto
       (fanto1mj@cmich.edu). This man page was written  by  Anton
       Altaparmakov (aia21@cantab.net).


       ntfslabel  is part of the linux-ntfs package and is avail­
       able from http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net/.


       mkntfs(8), ntfsprogs(8)

Linux-NTFS version 1.7.1    April 2002               NTFSLABEL(8)
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