Re: Windows to Ubuntu
Yup. Ubuntu can read NTFS volumes, you just need to mount them first.
-sudo fdisk -l
this lists all hard drives that your system can see, usually looking like /dev/sdb. Your drive may have a different path, depending on your setup.
-sudo mount /dev/sdb /mnt/your_mountpoint
This mounts the drive /dev/sdb (you should put in whatever comes out of fdisk -l there instead) at /mnt/your_mountpoint (just an example). You'll need to make a mountpoint (directory) wherever you want to mount hte volumes (usually under /mnt).
Jaunty Jackalope, because we feel bad for that other guy from Full House.