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How can I access my Linux files while running Windows? by flugh
Posted: 5 Aug 03

I have often found myself needing a file stored on my /home partition, but running Windows on my dual-boot box. Rather than have to reboot, you can save yourself some time with the following 'gotta-have' utility.

explore2fs

Homepage (as of 8/5/2003):
http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/explore2fs.htm

Google for it:
http://www.google.com/search?q=explore2fs

Last ditch effort (subject to a 404 at any time):
http://www.flugh.com/files/explore2fs-1.00pre6.zip

Since this question gets asked often in Linux-related forums here, or this ability would assist help-seekers in getting their problems solved, I figured this FAQ would be of use from time to time.

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