Re: fat32 problem ...

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I suppose that the win2k partition is not fat 32 or lets say vfat. Maybe
it's this Windows own ntfs-filesystem that linux cannot write on, only
read from

Martin


Am Mi, den 12.11.2003 schrieb Michael Paffrath um 18:49:
> Hi all!
> 
> I have installed the Fedora Core 1 a few days ago. I would like to
> switch from Windows to Linux but i got some problems ...
> I still have 2 fat32 partitions which i would like to keep. (Sometimes i
> have to boot windows for some reasons)
> The mysterious problem about those two partitions is that i can
> read/write one, but just read the other.
> The first partition (lets call it C:) is formatted by win2k installer
> and is 8.5GB of size.
> The second partition (lets call it D:) is formatted using mkfs.vfat and
> is 60GB of size.
> 
> My impression is that size matters ;-)
> 
> Can anyone give me a hint how i can use (at least) D: for both OS?
> 
> Regards,
-- 
Martin Bolte <mail@xxxxxxxxxx>




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