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Am Samstag, 23. Oktober 2004 17:48 schrieb Pat Conlon:
> Hi guys,
>> Anyone got any good suggestions for sofware to read/copy from linux
> partitions when logged into Windows XP, I'm running a dual boot system Suse
> 9.0 Pro and XP.
Depends on what filesystem you use in Linux. If it's ext3, then Partition
Magic can be used to copy files. Partition Magic doesn't understand ReiserFS,
though (at least last time I used it).
> I used be happy enough copying from linux-> windows 98 and
> just rebooting but seemingly it isn't recommended to have write access to
> an NTFS partition like you could do with FAT (has anyone tried writing to
> NTFS partitions ??).
Best way (IMHO) ist still reserving a small FAT partition for the purpose of
file exchange between the two OS.
Xerox never comes up with anything original.
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