Haedn Thorn wrote:
> --- "Douglas S. Oliver" <dsoliver@...> wrote:
>>This is a question/response in ignorance. Do linux and windows use the same
>>partitiion type for swap? I think linux is 82 or 83. In other words, would
>>they both be able to use a shared file system type for swap. They both might
>>be able to read it, but use it as swap?
Windows cannot read/write other file systems, but its own - unless you
install 3rd party drivers.
However, Linux can read/write almost anything. The Linux NTFS file
system is still under heavy development and most distributions only
allow read access to NTFS, but if you get the latest version from the
project page, then it can read and write NTFS.