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    [ubuntu] Directories on a dual boot

    I was looking to start a dual boot and was inquiring to see if I can download files from the Windows 7 boot and direct it to the Ubuntu partition/home directory. Thanks
    -J
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which file system?

    Thanks alot for all the help guys, and by the way the USB drive I am using is FAT32, dont think that will make a difference. I appreciate all your guys help, my RAID crashed yesterday and I JUST...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which file system?

    That makes since, the files are the same no matter what kind of partition they are on. If I went for a dual boot, would I put the non essential files in the same NTFS partition as Windows? How...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which file system?

    what if i download a file via a torrent client in WINE..will it be ext4? Thanks so much for your help Lars!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wine

    no doubt. my friend however i cannot run these files (an mp3 from windows on an mp3 player in ubuntu) due to their compatibility implication. at least i tried with one file and it didnt work
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which file system?

    are there consequences to making linux NTFS? can i mount a dual booted windows volume to my domain controller for sharing? is there no way to convert my files to ext4?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which file system?

    not too shabby of an idea, but i have pdfs, videos and mp3s and it seems a bit redundant to store that many NTFS files in an ext4 plus all the apps i would need for wine. is there any other way?
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    [ubuntu] Which file system?

    I have one computer with windows and one with ubuntu. I have an external drive (FAT32) with files taken from an NTFS (mp3s and such) and I would like to put them and use them on an ext4 ubuntu...
  9. Re: Ubuntu 10.04 Samba Primary Domain Controller Tutorial

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