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LinuxNewbie.org: Accessing files on another disk partition from Linux

Jun 09, 2000, 16:15 (1 Talkback[s])
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"I simply had to submit this because of a very nasty rumor out there that says a Linux partition and a Windows partition can't see each other . Following these steps should create a doorway to the files on your Windows FAT partition, or whatever other partitions may be on your hard drive."

"What I used:
System: Intel
Distribution: Mandrake 6.1
Desktop: KDE"

1. You're on a dual boot system.
2. You know the root password.
3. You know what a "partition" is.
4. You know what an "absolute path" is.
5. You can read."

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