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Re: [vox-tech] Anyone have experience with Windows XP & Linux on a Laptop?

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On Wednesday 11 December 2002 02:09 pm, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Jonathan Stickel (jjstickel@netscape.net):
> > NTFS writing is still unstable in Linux.
> It is.  There have been two NTFS drivers for the 2.4 kernel series.  The
> earlier one could made to enable write support, if you felt lucky, by
> editing a switch in the source code and recompiling.  (The requirement
> to do source-code editing was intended to signal that you are doing
> something risky.) If you do that, you are strongly advised to do NT disk
> cleanup (whatever the thing that does that is called) immediately upon
> rebooting to NT, as there is a significant risk of filesystem
> corruption.

The las time I tried it I broke things. (Windows NT 4 box at work with lost 
password, would have had to re-install anyway...)

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