communication between Windows and Ubuntu 9.10; partitions and web browser bookmarks
1. How to see Ubuntu partitions in Windows?
I tried to access Linux partitions on my disk under both Windows and Ubuntu 9.10. Unfortunately, under Windows my attempts didn't help. I installed Total Commander with plugin wfx_ex2fs_1.3. It has got one additional field in "Network places", i.e. Linux-drives but it opens only hda6 and hda8 which are, surprisingly, empty. The other approach was to access ext3 from Windows in other way than TC7 with plugin. I installed Ext2IFS_1_11a.exe and it sees three additional disks in My Computer but it cannot open any of them - it wants me to format those.
2. Sharing bookmarks from web browser between Linux and Windows
It still would take some time for me to change my habits and to completely move to Linux. I use SeaMonkey in Windows and I've got many bookmarks there. Is there any way to enable such a thing that when I run either Windows or Linux, I see all of my bookmarks, shared for both OSs? In other words to allow updating bookmarks by Linux in order to see them in Windows and vice versa? Maybe using pendrive somehow as a common point for both OSs can be helpful?
3. And minor thing, i.e. TrueCrypt in Ubuntu
About the opposite thing it is rather easy. I choose Places -> 16GB Filesystem, write password for my main account in Linux and see it. However, I also have got 80GB partition, which previously was NTFS. I installed TrueCrypt and every time when I run Windows, I need to run TrueCrypt, choose "Mount all automatically", type password on voila. Am I right that seeing this NTFS/TrueCrypt partition in Ubuntu is simply the case of installing TrueCrypt? (I hope there is TrueCrypt for Linux but I need to check it).