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Old 08-26-2008, 03:48 AM   #1
nksharma2
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Difrence in working of Fedora, red hat and ubauntu


Hi everyone,

I have used three linuxs Fedora, Red Hat, and ubuntu.

Like generaly we have many partions on our HDD.
with Fedora I can access my all partions but with ubuntu and red hat i couldnt and no one here to help me out.
I tried with many times but every times i had to switch back to windows XP but I am keen to work on linux. Im sure u guys can help me with ubuntu and redhat.

thanks in advance
Nishant Sharma
 
Old 08-26-2008, 07:01 AM   #2
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Two explanations:
- lack of ntfs-3g support (RedHat, earlier versions of Ubuntu)
- installing a distro first; it would be very optimistic to think that it will automatically detect and manage partitions belonging to distros that were installed afterwards.
 
  


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