I have just finished my install of Fedora Core 1 (Redhat 10) and all is well, however is there a way to be able to see my XP harddrive so I can copy some of my data over as I am going to give Linux a real try out. I saw on one system when you clicked on Start Here and then on File System, at the bottom was the /Windows which was infact the harddrive that windows was on.
Ok so I thought I had it all together but guess I was a bit off the mark, nothing new here..lol
I have the access to my windows drive if I go to /mnt and click the folder that I crated for the connection, is there a way to have it on the main folder tree , just to be lazy and cut out a couple of mouse clicks..... I know probably asking too much but hey, its a way to learn and this is still very new to me.
i've always just put a shortcut or 'symbolic link' or whatever you want to call it in the /home/craigmodius directory (as well as the /home/craigmodius/desktop) to the /mnt/vfat or whatever you've called your windows mount point.
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