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    Linux - Windows file transfers

    I need to transfer large (> 4GB) files between Linux and Windows on the same computer (dual boot). I have both a NTFS and a FAT32 partition for Windows. I cannot write to the NTFS partition from Linux. The FAT32 partition won't hold files larger than 4GB. So how can I transfer these large files from Linux to Windows? Or am I just dead in the water?

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    Re:Linux - Windows file transfers

    as much as i hate this option (because it means booting into MS Windows) I would install this under MS Windows and be able to acess the file on linux under MS Windows. ext2!!

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