[Linux4christians] ACCESS YOUR LINUX PARTITIONS FROM WINDOWS!
warren at sandersonline.org
Tue Jun 13 16:45:35 EDT 2006
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David Fierbaugh wrote:
> Although this has some obvious uses in the dual-boot world, I see much
> application in virtualization. It could be handy to mount a filesystem
> the linux and windows virtual systems that a system is running. Of course,
> you can just do this with Samba, but it's the thought that counts right?
I agree with using a virtual OS too; but not Windows as the host ;-)
> Is anyone actually using ext2? The only thing I use it on is my /boot
> partitions, because I'm sure I can have emergency access to it from any
> rescue CD. Everyone should be migrating towards the journaled filesystems
> (one more thing M$ is behind on).
Actually everyone using ext3 is using ext2... with a little journaling
spice added. You're right though... it's not necessary for mounts
such as /boot as it would be a waste of some electrical unit not
noticed by the human eye; but it's measurable.
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