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Is possible to have a common area (partition) to simply store your files which can be accessed from both the operating system. Something like 1. winXP 2. Red Hat Linux (RHL) 3. common file storage area on the hard drive, which can be accessed in both WinXP and RHL thanks....

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    Default File storage area common for XP and RHL

    Is possible to have a common area (partition) to simply store your
    files which can be accessed from both the operating system. Something
    like
    1. winXP
    2. Red Hat Linux (RHL)
    3. common file storage area on the hard drive, which can be accessed
    in both WinXP and RHL

    thanks.
    Ronel Guest

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    Default Re: File storage area common for XP and RHL

    On 30 Nov 2003 17:57:05 -0800, Ronel wrote: 

    I created a logical fat32 disk under XP.
    Created a mount point for mounting the vfat partition and added it to
    /etc/fstab

    Bit Guest

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    Ronel wrote:
     

    Yes. A FAT32 partition works nicely, although it doesn't do permissions. I'm
    not sure how reliable the ntfs file system is in Linux just now.

    Jim Guest

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    Default Re: File storage area common for XP and RHL

    On 30 Nov 2003 17:57:05 -0800, com (Ronel) wrote:
     

    .... yes, fat32
    ..
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    mjt Guest

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