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Well, you _can_ use the qemu, but it's a lot harder. You'll need to pick up a qemu tutorial to handle that. By default the virtual machine that DSL runs in won't have access to your drives, and there's some specific options to give them access.
Ironically, it would work the other way around. Unfortunately windows won't give you raw access to a device, so it will only pass on a mounted filesystem. If you were in linux emulating windows you could pass it.
Hi I'm New To Linux And I Been Using Windows For Quite Some Time Now, So Bear With Me Please! I Installed Kubuntu And Everything Run Beautyfully, I Even Like More Kubuntu Interface, I Just Need A Little Practice; My Problem Is That
I Can Find My Other Hdd Wich Contains All Of My Documents (fotos-jpg, Music-mp3, Videos-mpeg, Etc.). I Look For It Everywere And Still Can Find It, I Uninstall Kubuntu And Reintall Windows Xp And I Can See It Again; So , My Wild Guess Is That I Have To Change My Files To Some Other Type So That Kubuntu Can Read It Or Its About The Ntfs Formatting And Fat Formatting. ?? Help!