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Windows/Linux File Sharing On Multiboot

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Jim Laughlan, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. Jim Laughlan

    Jim Laughlan Active Member

    Apr 9, 2014
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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.


    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 :)!

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