The bartender reminded me gently (may be not so gently) not to hijack a thread which I thought was related. So I am starting a new thread. Here we go: I have a dual boot laptop with Windows XP Professional installed on one partition and RedHat Fedora Core 4 on another. I can access anything I want from my Windows partition while I am using Linux using auto mount. Is there something similar that I can do on the Windows side while I am working in Windows to access the Linux partition? Any thoughts/advice anyone? Thanks. Bharat
Hello Stefan, Thanks for answering. The file system that I am using is ext3. I searched on Google for solutions. The good new is that, as you pointed out, there are a number of open source solutions out there. Which one should I use based on your experience. Any pointers anyone? Thanks. Bharat
Sorry, but my experience told me it would be a medium security risk, to let windows access my linux partitions and decided to live without it.
Of course a virus could install this driver, so I don't have absolute with my way too.
I use a small vfat-filesystem to store files which need to be exchanged, but of course I have to push the files from linux there, and can't spontanously poll a file from linux to windows, when I recognize I need it.
Perhaps someone else has some recommendation? [ March 24, 2006: Message edited by: Stefan Wagner ]