[lug] Setting up NTFS partition on Dual boot Microsoft/Linux machine

Lori Reed lorireed at lightning-rose.com
Tue Sep 14 16:44:43 MDT 2010

Gordon Golding wrote:

>   I'm going to set up a laptop for dual boot.
> In the past, I always just used FAT32 as a "sharing/communications area" 
> between the 2 boots.

If you have 2GB or more of RAM, instead of dual boot, you may find it 
more convenient to run windoze in a virtual machine and then use a 
shared folder in your Linux system.

Instead of copying you can just move files so it's faster and with 
better disk utilization.

I like VirtualBox.


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