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Re: [SLUG] Sharing partition 'tween Linux and Winders (for video editing)
- To: Ben Donohue <donohueb@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Sharing partition 'tween Linux and Winders (for video editing)
- From: Elliott-Brennan <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 21:46:40 +1100
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I'm informed that FAT32 and VFAT are the same. I wasn't aware of this
until recently either :)
Ben Donohue wrote:
what about FAT32?
I don't know what VFAT is, so if it is fat32 forget I made this post
I'm looking for some ideas about sharing a partition.
I have Fedora Core 3 on one HDD (200G), dual booting with XP on a
second HDD (20G).
I want to share about 100G of the FC drive to allow space for both
OSs to share video material for editing and DVD burning (I'm
trialling a few options in both OSs).
I gather that formatting the shared partition as VFAT is an option,
but that it may be too slow for my intentions.
Has anyone any experience around this, or with ideas about the best
way to manage what I'm wishing to do?
Any suggestions, ideas or advice would be most appreciated.