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    Please guys help me i am NOOB


    is there anyway to see linux and access files from windows??

    please help me, NOOB LINUX USER

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    EDIT:

    Ack, I lied. I misread the question.

    It is possible, but difficult. See smolloy's post below for details.

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    Not easily.

    You will have to download and install software that allows windows to read ext3 (the linux filesystem -- your linux filesystem may be ext3, or it may be a number of others).

    In my opinion it is a little dangerous for windows to access linux files as windows is not really linux friendly!!



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    You could install something like ZIPSlack, which is Slackware on a FAT32 filesystem. That way you should be able to destroy your Linux installation using Windows
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    If you have formatted your Linux partition as ext3, use Explore2fs. If it is formatted as resier, use rfsgui.

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