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    cyberkidpradeep NNTP User

    Exclamation SUSE in dual boot

    I have windows 2008 server and installed SUSE in my laptop after creating a unpartioned space.. Now i could not access the windows folder in SUSE. How to access the windows folder.. Should i install suse again after creating a partion or else anybody have a workaround to make my windows folder access on SUSE..

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    Default Re: SUSE in dual boot

    But you can boot windows? Yes?

    To access the ntfs
    HowTo Mount NTFS Filesystem Partition Read Write Access in openSUSE 10, 11

    Suse: HowTo set disk access permissions for Fat32 (VFAT) on a desktop PC

    basically all you need is a folder to mount to in your tree - say:

    edit /etc/fstab
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    Default Re: SUSE in dual boot

    For NTFS you can use this small tool called ntfs-config. It's available in the repos.

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