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On Sunday 27 Mar 2005 9:45 pm, you wrote:
> How about if the Windows (I'd assume NTFS) partition is mounted under
> Linux? Lets say you make a change, won't that screw up what Linux has
> buffered in memory?
> I'm ready to be slapped down and corrected...
If the Windows NTFS partition is mounted read-only under Linux, you need not
worry. If it's mounted read-write and you add/remove some files while in
Windows, I doubt.
Ritesh Raj Sarraf
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