Conflicts between Windows and Linux

I am syncing between 2 Windows 10 PCs and 1 Linux Mint PC Win1 <> Win2 <> Linux

I keep getting spurious conflicts between Win2 and Linux. Win2 uses NTFS in Windows 10 although these machines are only being used at separate times by one person.

Linux Mint uses ntfs3g. The fstab entry is /dev/sda2 on /data type fuseblk (rw,noatime,user_id=0,group_id=0,default_permissions,allow_other,blksize=4096)

Any clues?

Probably the NTFS-on-Linux stuff doesn’t behave enough like a normal Linux filesystem. You may want to set ignore permissions and modtime window on that folder.

(Only just saw this post - can’t recall getting any notification) In config.xml items modTimeWindowS I have changed 0 to 2. Hopefully this will fix it. Will report back if it doesn’t.

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