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Old 03-28-2007, 07:46 AM   #1
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LXer: Mount an ext2 or ext3 partition in Windows


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The Ext2fs installable file system project is the brain child of Stephan Schreiber. Once this driver is installed on Windows (98/2000/XP), you can easily mount a Linux partition on your computer into Windows and assign a drive letter to it. Once that is done, the files in the Linux partition can be browsed, read and written to. [Usefull if you're stuck with Windows on work or something — Sander]

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