Windows/Linux File Sharing On Multiboot

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  1. Jim Laughlan

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    For those who are just starting on Linux, I was copying the mail on other boards and many questions have been asked about how to easily share files between Windows and Linux OS's when you are multi-booting on one hard drive/system. For those who already know, pat yourself on the back and have a beer on me! This is for the relatively beginner newbie who is learning Linux.


    http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enhancements/Ext2Fsd.shtml

    The program is EXT2FSD and you download it into Windows and install it. Once you do, you configure the Linux partition, assign it a drive letter and you can read your Linux files :)!

    Regards
    Jim
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