Accessing Windows files

Scott slewin at
Sun Aug 26 13:20:26 UTC 2007

Mario Vukelic wrote:
This is a great wiki page that describes how to get NTFS read support 
very easily and quickly.

>> I have googled and found this software
>> (  but the link is dead.Is there
>> any other options?.
> This is the "Ext2 Installable File System For Windows", with which you
> can access linux partitions (more specifically, ext2 and ext3
> filesystems) from Windows, not the other way around. The site is here:
The fs-driver for windows is extremely unreliable and I always suggest 
against using it.  It haves several problems the largest being that it 
may destroy your Linux installation.  I had to re-install Kubuntu on two 
computers because both had the fs-driver for windows.

Your friend,

Sent to you from a Linux computer using Ubuntu Version 7.04 (Feisty Fawn)

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