Thanks, everyone, for the prompt replies. I think that I'll either just
live with the situation, or else reformat my /home partition to ext2 or
ext3. There are Windows programs I'm aware of that can read ext2/3
filesystems. VMware is great, but I don't have a real excuse for using it.
Can Windows read XFS?
09/23/02 11:32 AM
Possibly using VMware could solve your problem. You could run windows
within a virtual VMware mashine on the Linux host. The later exports
the XFS filesystem via samba which you can map without problems from
the windows computer.
>>> <vricks@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 17.09.2002 21:03 >>>
I've unsuccessfully checked the archives for the answer to the above
question. Are there any programs that allow Windows NT/2k/XP systems
read XFS filesystem data? I have a dual-boot XP/Linux system with the
/home partition formatted XFS.