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On Wed, 25 Jul 2012 09:17:17 -0400 webmaster-Kracked_P_P
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With the dual booting in separate partitions, like I use for 
Ubuntu/Vista on my laptop, I can share the files from Windows
partition to the Linux one, but not the other way around.  So if you
take and keep all your data files on the Windows partition, you still
can use them, like you do with a second hard drive, on your Linux
install.  That is what I do, mostly, for that dual booting system.
That saves hard drive space.

Better still, put your documents on a separate partition, sadly that
means NTFS.  (Although there are drivers around that will share ext3
with Windows.)

But hey, try sharing files on a partition created for MacOSx 


Keith Bainbridge
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