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Old 08-05-2004, 03:55 PM   #1
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Question Access files on windows xp from fedora core 2

i am using a dell latitude D600 laptop with windows xp and fedora core 2, and would like to be able to access my windows files(my documents, pictures, etc...) from my linux partition. how is this done--preferably with write permissions?

i'm fairly new to linux, so please don't be too terse with the explanations.

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I will just recommend to have a search since
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