Re: Problem mounting Ext2 CDs
On Sun, 15 Apr 2007 04:07:46 -0700
"Deboo ^" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a couple of CDs which were written on a Debian Sarge machine a
> few months or an year ago.
> I wish to access them and copy the reqd. data on another CDs but am
> unable to do so. Is it possible somehow to access the ext2 partition
> CDs on Windows?
> I tried using some tools that read ext2 partitions in windows but they
> can't recognize the CDs since windows doesn't recognize them.
> I'm able to see the CDs fine when booting using the debian install cd
> or dsl linux. But the problem is the PC isn't mine where I am so I
> can't copy these to the hard disk as the hdd partitions are NTFS.
> Please give a solution someone.
I'm not sure I understand the situation; linux writes CDs using the
iso9660 filesystem, not ext2, so any OS should be able to read them.
Please explain the problem more clearly.