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Re: converting NTFS drive



BB Cao, you can read NTFS from within Linux just fine. You'll need to
install the kernel driver as mentioned in the FAQ[1]. 

It's only if you want to be able to write to the partition's filesystem
from within Linux that you'll need to convert it to another filesystem
that both Linux and Windows can easily use. As far as I know, FAT32
(vfat) is the only filesystem with full read/write support across both
Windows and Linux. :-/

[1] http://www.fedorafaq.org/#ntfs
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