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Old 04-02-2009
accessing a Debial home doc when booted ob Ubuntu

Sure it's been covered before my key words probably wrong for search, but I have a triple boot operate mostly in Ubuntu and would like to access debian files to see them without re-booting
My first post and great to be here
Thanks
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Old 04-02-2009
They are both Linux, so all you would have to do is mount the file systems or browse the drive until you reach the directory you wish to use.

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