Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7

Tony Baechler tony at baechler.net
Sun Apr 7 09:14:34 UTC 2013

I'm sure a lot of people will answer you, but here are my two cents.  You 
want the ntfs-3g package in Linux.  There are ext2 packages for Windows, but 
I wouldn't trust them and know nothing about them.  If you go to 
http://lists.ubuntu.com/ you'll find hundreds of mailing lists.  If you have 
a local community in your area, I would suggest joining it as they probably 
also have a mailing list and can be of more help to you.  You should 
probably also join the ubuntu-accessibility list.

On 4/6/2013 1:52 AM, John J. Boyer wrote:
> I have Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 in a dual-boot setup. Is there a
> package that will give me read-only access to Windows files from Ubuntu?
> Conversely, is there a Windows app that will give me access to files in
> Ubuntu from Windows?
> Maybe I'm missing something, but the only user support list I can find
> on ubuntu.com is for kubuntu.
> I'm still trying to get Orca to start when Gnome starts at boot-up.

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