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    Question Mount root.disk

    I used a (basically?) wubi installation of jolicloud OS on my laptop. After I booted Natty Alpha2 from my USB I would later not be able to use my jolicloud partition because of a missing "init" file.

    What I would like to know is if there is a way to mount the root.disk file holding all of my information? I already tried mounting it as a vdisk in a ubuntu and jolicloud live CD but the file wouldn't open. Is there a way to mount it on windows though? If so how? Thanks.

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    Re: Mount root.disk

    http://ext2read.blogspot.com/ can read it from windows

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    Re: Mount root.disk

    There is also a EXT File System driver for windows.
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    Talking Re: Mount root.disk

    Quote Originally Posted by bcbc View Post
    http://ext2read.blogspot.com/ can read it from windows
    WOW! This is just what I was looking for! Thank you so Much!!!!

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