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mackubex
November 10th, 2010, 08:48 AM
Greeting ,

I'm kinda new to this awesome world of linux , I decided to tk tha plunge with ubuntu !

For this I repartitioned my harddrive (erasin org windows) into 3 drives. :
Drive1 : 40gb to load windows 7
Drive2: 40gb to load ubuntu
Drive3 : 60gb

Now I want to use drive 3 as a common drive (music and pictures nd documents). Bet windows and linux


Some1 plz advice how ?

sikander3786
November 10th, 2010, 10:31 AM
Hi. Welcome to the forums :popcorn:

We need some info. Please post the output of


sudo fdisk -l

from an Ubuntu terminal. You'll find it under Applications > Accessories > Terminal. Your password will not show up as any character or asteisks * when you type it. Just type and hit Enter blindly ;-)

Linux support NTFS drives and you can mount them in Ubuntu. But it would be better to know your setup.

See this link for a workaround.

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions