||Creating a Dual-Boot Windows XP and Ubuntu Laptop|
Response to: great tutorial
lacooney: if it seems to run fine, then you're probably all set. One thing that's happened since I wrote the article is improvements in the possibility for Windows to read Linux ext2 and ext3 formatted partitions. With this capability, creating a FAT partition for shared access between Windows and Linux is no longer necessary, since you can install Ext2fs in Windows and then assign your Linux partitions a drive letter.
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