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Sunday, April 24, 2011

Access Your Linux Files From Windows. (Finally)


Just found a reliable way of accessing your linux files from Windows.

Now this software is a must have for all the dual boot and triple boot people out there. 

I don't know about you guys but I was sick of having to reboot just to grab a copy of a file I left in linux. The program is called Ext2Read it has been out for a while but wasn't that good till recent updates. Now I strongly recommend you grab a copy it's only 3 megabytes and no need for installing you just run it.


First of all here is the link. 

Now after your done downloading run the program and it should look someting like this. When you run the program it will show you all your ext partitions as you can see I only have one. 


Now double click the ext partition you want to access.


Now browse to the file you want.




After you found the file you want in my case it's in the root directory payload.txt




Right click the file you want and select save and it will ask you where you want to save the file.




And that's it hope you found it useful.

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