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Ext3 and Windows Programs


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silent_n0va

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I'm just beginning to use Ubuntu as a secondary operating system on my OS and I have a program that allows me to read and write to Ext3 partitions through Windows. I was wondering if Vista programs can be stored and accessed on Ext3 partitions. Thanks!
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This can't happen without the use of third party programs and is not recommended. You should use your OS's native filesystem (NTFS for Windows and Ext2/3 for Ubuntu).
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