[linux-audio-user] Which Windows XP File System is Readable by Linux?

Jody jody.noury at linucie.net
Tue Dec 6 05:34:10 EST 2005


Hi,

Jan Depner a écrit :

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>>>>So what file system should I install Windows XP with to be able to 
>>>>read and write to it with Linux?
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>>>FAT32.
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>>Um, NTFS read/write works too.
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>    I've seen many a caveat on writing NTFS.  It "usually" works but it
>isn't guaranteed and can smoke your system.
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kernel driver is able to read *and* write on ntfs filesystem but not 
able to *write*
to filesystem journal.

And this blaireau of Windows just look at its own boot files in this 
journal ...

Sometimes It could not see data on partition although these are fully 
readable by linux.

Microsoft's filesystems suck, but you can easily read write on fat (vfat 
type on linux).


--
Jody



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