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wine $ smb
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    wine $ smb

    is wine and smb same thing? like i m usin dual boot win2k and fc3 and i want to mount my c: which is ntfs. what should i use?

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    Re:wine $ smb

    yay i just installed wine its really cool. i can see my windows ntfs partition.
    here is the guide.
    http://stanton-finley.net/fedora_cor...ion_notes.html

  3. #3

    Re:wine $ smb

    Hi,

    Technically, neither is used to access an ntfs partition.

    Wine is an application that emulates the Windows environment, and allows you to run some Windows applications.

    SMB is a network protocol that allows sharing of files within the network.

    In order to access an ntfs partition, you just need an ntfs driver.


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