[Ubuntu-PH] ubuntu-ph Digest, Vol 24, Issue 15

Daniel Ortega daemons at devils.com
Sat Mar 24 05:21:07 UTC 2007


Hey Harvey!

You could also check out this site on a couple of how to's:
http://tldp.org/tldp-redirect.php
You need to get the this software to access file: ntfs-3g but some kernel
support windows file system (FAT,FAT32,NTFS) and  a lot have improved
because previously you could have only read access; now you could write
safely to your ntfs partition. Also, you should read about file and printer
sharing using SAMBA if you're interested in mixing WIN and Linux which most
of us (Systems Ad.) do. And additionally there is an open-source file for
Windows that could make you read and write(?) into your linux
partition:ext2ifs it's useful when you have linux and windows. Also some
distro. (linux version) like Fedora Core uses a new way to mount shares
using CIFS (common internet file system).

I hope that helps!


Daniel S. Ortega





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> > I'm a first time user of Ubuntu. I just installed it in my system a
> > couple of days ago and I'm faced with some technical issues. Could anyone
> > please direct me to a place where I can find information on issues like how
> > to make a windows data partition accesible to ubunthu, setting up the
> > printer and a sound device (headphone). These basic accessories do not work
> > in the Ubuntu system while they do in Windows. Thanks.
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> > What is the file system type of your windows partition?  What's your
> printer model?  About the headphone... is the sound working on a speaker?
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