Re: New partition created from windows not yet accessible in Suse 10.0
- From: James Weston <james.p.weston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 12:36:13 +0100
Richard Müller wrote:
This should make your partition accesible through /media/DOS2. See that...or use ext2 or ext3 filesystems on the partition you want to access from
you select a directory that is not yet used. If you have made a NTFS
partition, it is very well possible that you are unable to write to it.
Complain to the maker of NTFS about this and in the meantime use FAT32.
windows and install an ext2-filesystems driver under win XP:
http://www.fs-driver.org/. This makes XP able to read and write on a linux
partition. I had no success with NTSF, VFAT is a mess, but this works...!
I wish I had known about this a few months ago before I installed my Suse 10.0.
When I made my Suse installation I opted for the Reiser file system as I had heard that this would work best. Is there any way I can adapt things from where I am so that I can have an ext 3 file system, without having to start again from fresh?
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