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Hi there, I have my physical OS with Windows XP with NTFS filesystem drive C:, I also have VM SuSe 10 linux image running. Now I want to mount my ...
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    mount windows drives from VM SuSE Linux image


    Hi there,

    I have my physical OS with Windows XP with NTFS filesystem drive C:, I also have VM SuSe 10 linux image running. Now I want to mount my Windows drive C: in Linux via hostname? how do I do this? does anyone know teh command?

    I know there is way to mount them giving windows hostname, username and password?

    Does anyone here knows the command?

    Thanks in advance

    Kumar

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    AFAIK you need to use the network ie this is a virtual machine that is on a virtual drive it is just like it was another workstation. Set up Samba in the Linux part and connect as if you where on a totally different machine. You can mount it via the smbmount command

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