Is a windows share available to the terminal command line?
I have some big txt files on an XP that I am processing on my Linux machine with sed. I made a connection to the windows share with Nautilus, and drag them over to the Linux file system for processing, then drag them back. When I make a connection to windows like that, is that window file system mounted somewhere in the Linux file tree so that I can go to a terminal window and invoke my sed script on the files with a linux path so that my scripts acts on those files through the mount in their location in windows so I don't have to move them?
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