LinuxPlanet: From the Desktop: Dealing with the Dark Side
Aug 04, 2000, 15:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Brian Proffitt)
[ Thanks to Kevin
Reichard for this link. ]
"Don't be afraid, speak up! You're a bi-OS user! Be proud of
your choice! And, in the spirit of utter moral corruption, I'm
going to tell hetero-OS users how to be bi-OS, too!"
"If you have set up your PC for dual-booting Linux and Windows,
then you have the ability to access Windows' directories with ease.
All you need to do is mount the drive, just like a floppy or CD-ROM
drive. The first thing to do is to find out what your Windows hard
drive is named. In your Linux system, open the file /var/log/dmesg,
which is a log of the messages sent to the Linux kernel at
"Using the Samba sever is another excellent way of connecting to
Windows PCs that you might be networked to. I could go on and on
explaining how to set this up, but someone else has already done
so--in a very concise way. I strongly recommend you go out and read
the Samba series of help files written by Ying Zhang."