re re startx won't
cedric.de.wijs at softhome.net
Tue Feb 10 00:38:56 PST 2004
> Not unless we can see the whole X log, I'm afraid.
> To make it accessible to a dual boot windows you could either write to,
> say, a DOS floppy, or if you have VFAT compiled in the kernel, just write
> it to the windows partition.
I want to take it a bit further than that, Is there some util out there that
let me acces my ext3 partitions in windows? I would really like it if i just
get an extra drive in explorer.
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