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First you have to be root to check on which partition is Windows:
Then you have to write the correct /etc/fstab entry. This is my entry, you have to change the partition and the directory where it's mounted. Mine is partition hdb1
mounted in directory /mnt/windows
. A normal user can write to this.
/dev/hdb1 /mnt/windows vfat umask=000,iocharset=iso8859-1,codepage=850,users 0 0
Sorry, not using Enlightment or WMaker
To reinstall GRUB, tell your friend to boot with his Fedora cd1, then he need's to type:
and if the partitions didn't changed [this is usually]
But if the partitions changed, he need's to edit /boot/grub/grub.conf. Also here he will write all entries for the boot menu, like windows or other OS.
To play MP3's in Fedora Core 2 with XMMS, download this
RPM and install it with:
rpm -ihv xmms-mp3-1.2.10-0.lvn.2.2.i386.rpm
A good media player...let's say MPlayer
. RPM's for them you can find on http://tettnang.freshrpms.net/
wich you find on www.kde.org
Right-click on an RPM in Konqueror or wich file manager you use and type "system-install-packages
". Now you can install RPM's in GUI.
There's no need to defrag in ext3. There is a EXT2 and EXT3 defragmenter, but I didn't used it and don't know if and how it works. Here
you can find it.
Please read this thread:
Hope this helped you!
Good luck, Boby!