[TriLUG] dual boot and partition access
robdale at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 22:52:48 EDT 2011
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 10:18 PM, Michael Rulison
<13miketele at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> partition 1 ubuntu / root; /home/user; and all the rest -- but with
> v. little of my own in /home/user [bootable]
> partition 2 ubuntu /linux-home --- where I have copied the above
> /home/user and have lots of my own files.
> partition 3 winXP with lots of pgms and data files. [bootable]
> Question: If I 'move' my ubuntu /home over to /linux-home (as the partition
> is registered) and make it my ubuntu /home directory (really), will WinXP
> still be able to 'see', read/write to /linux-home partition as it currently
You're not changing partition 2 in any way, shape, or form, right? So, yes.
But I have to wonder, with virtualization pretty solid and mainstream
these days, why bother with dual-booting?
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