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Old 02-13-2007, 12:14 AM   #1
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Talking My article sharing Data between dual boot(NTFS+EXT3)

Hi all,
I'd write an article about how to share data between dual boot, please comment.

Old 02-15-2007, 08:58 AM   #2
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Well, how do I tell you -- sorry, but I don't use windows anymore on my box since NT's time . So somebody else has to give qualified input, I'd just like to encourage your efforts .
Old 02-15-2007, 09:38 AM   #3
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It seems to be a well written and thought out piece. I think many people will find it useful. One problem I might see, is that you focus on ext2/ext3 file systems. Though I tend to use only ext3, you might put some thought into expanding the article to include one or more of the other journalling file systems such as jfs or Reiser and its derivatives.
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I didn't get much past the 1st word "Dul", it needs spell checking & proofreading. Ideally, by at least 1 American native speaker.

As long as American English is the de facto language of the Web, that's the standard you should use -- if you want your work to be well received by the widest audience, that is. About the only variations should be "colour", "behaviour", "centre", etc. And then, only if used consistently.

What you have is a document deserving the closest scrutiny using the highest standards of formality. For instance, While I use "&" & "1st" & "w/" even in my posts, I wouldn't in a howto.


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