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Hii I hv a text file in redhat linux platform and i need to copy this file to windows platform running on the same system. Is there any command for ...
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    copy a text file from linux to windows


    Hii

    I hv a text file in redhat linux platform and i need to copy this file to windows platform running on the same system. Is there any command for this...???

    If someone knows this den plzz reply urgently....

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    Welcome to the forums!

    If you have your windows partitions listed in your fstab file, you should be able to use your file manager to copy/paste any linux text file directly into your windows partition. If you are using NTFS on your windows partitions, you'll need ntfs-3g installed to write to them.

    Otherwise, you can copy/paste the file to a flash drive, then copy/paste it from that into windows the first time you boot to windows.
    oz

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