"Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T" wrote:
>> ]> Create a separate partition under NT, format it as fat32 instead of
> ]> NTFS, and make sure you have support for it compiled into your Linux
> ]> kernel.
> ]> Problem solved : you'll see this area as a separate drive under NT and
> ]> can mount it easily into your Linux filesystem.
> ]hmmm,, i thought NT could not access a fat32 partition... i know
> ]Windoze2000 can, but NT4 ???
>> You're right. NT4 is unable to see FAT32 partitions. It can see FAT16
>> Linux is able to read NTFS partitions though.
Correct, but it's listed as flaky and there's no maintainer for it at
present. Safer to stick to something both OS'es can handle correctly.
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