"There are different ways of sharing files between GNU/Linux and
Windows. Mostly we make use of the services of a FAT32 (or FAT16)
partition which can be read and written to by both Linux and
Windows. The disadvantage of using a FAT partition for sharing
files between Windows and GNU/Linux is that you are forced to
reserve a part of disk space solely for sharing files. But this is
just one of the number of file sharing methods available for people
who wish to dual boot between the two OSes.
"Another method which comes to my mind is to use the new stable
release of ntfs-3g module which allows you to mount an NTFS
partition as read-write in GNU/Linux..."
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