Access Linux files from MS Windows 2000?
Is there a program that runs on MS Windows 2000 that lets a person view a linux drive and edit files on that drive?
I'm trying to setup a dual-boot with 2000 on hda and debian on hdb, but my debian is screwed. the linux is set to autoload gnome on system startup, but the compter hangs at the gnome logon screen. i need to edit the /etc/inittab and change the runlevel from 5 to 3 but i can't get to a command line because of the gnome autoload/lockup problem. if i could edit the inittab file from windows, which IS working, then i could view the xfree log file and maybe fix what is causing gnome to hang. any other ideas/ suggestions? thanks!