Re: [LINUX_Newbies] External Drive Access
- On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 12:04:37AM +0000, Trevor Pearson wrote:
> On 18/02/13 18:20, Chris Trask wrote:I'm a bit confused on the question too. If you mean why can't the Windows
> > None of my Windows applications are able to access external storage
> > media such as flash drives and hard drives. Some can't even access the
> > CDROM, and for my Topo! software that's an essential as all map dta is
> > stored on CDROMs and there is zero alternative.
> Are you using wine or is this a windows question ?
devices read Linux partitions, Windows can't read ext4fs, as far as I know,
unless that's changed. Generally, one uses samba to share something stored
on Linux with a Windows machine. I have a very dated page that covers that
a bit, but has some still useful links, at
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