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    Default acessing linux files from windows

    How to do it? I've searched google and it seems you can only access windows files from linux, by mounting, but not the other way around. I have some pieces of code on linux that I want to run on my windows partition. I have a BT3beta/winXP dual boot if anyone is wondering... Thanks in advance.

    Got it. Use explore2fs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elninio View Post
    How to do it? I've searched google and it seems you can only access windows files from linux, by mounting, but not the other way around. I have some pieces of code on linux that I want to run on my windows partition. I have a BT3beta/winXP dual boot if anyone is wondering... Thanks in advance.

    Got it. Use explore2fs.
    Ya explore2fs is there but it also matters which filesystem you have on your linux machine.
    If its ext2 or ext3, explore2fs will work. But with reiserfs it won't
    I may be wrong b'coz i used this few years back.
    moreover it won't be just like browsing the linux partition...everytime to access some thing you'll have to first import that linux folder/directory to windows.

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