First make a directory inside your /mnt/ folder!
Thats where generally the Windows Parititions are mounted... Logically you can make the directory anywhere!
So say.. you wanted to mount the "C-Drive" of windows... and i have made a directory called 'winc' on my linux box!
Now.. just mount the partition using the mount command!
Here it is a trick.. I guess you know your hard disk partitions physical aspects...
So say, you have a 1 Harddisk as Primary Master and Windows is installed on the root partition, i.e. C-Drive is your ACTIVE Partition, then use the following command:
Note... the "/dev/hda1" is totally depending on your configuration
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/winc
And also the "/mnt/winc"
After the mounting you can easily access the partition as a normal folder and all your windows files are accessible!
Linux provides FAT32 Read/Write access... you can also write files to that partition!
And if you want this partition to be permanently mounted on every boot... then you need to add a entry in "/etc/fstab" file as mentioned by ssslayer above!
Rest is as simple as cake!
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