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I am using a dual boot with Vista and Mint. Is there any way to access files and docs on my vista partition through the linux OS? I have files that I need to be able to access on the vista side, but I don't know how to find them from the linux side. Please help.
I guess I'm not sure what you mean by click that. I can only see it in the synaptic pkg mngr. If I click it, it just gives me the option to uninstall or reinstall. I need to find out how to do this from an app that is installed. I can not find this ntfsprogs in my application start menu. Is there something else? some other way of doing this?