[How to] Access Ubuntu Filesystem Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 and LVM2 Extent form Windows 7

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If you are using Windows and want to dual-boot Ubuntu or other Linux-based operating system, you probably know that Windows and Linux both use different file systems

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Sometimes we have an interest to share files in the Linux file system, so that it can be read or written through the Windows operating system. Thus, no need to perform a restart the computer when it comes to accessing files on the file system ext2/ext3/ext4.

Applications that can do that is ext2read, ext2read is free software and licensed under GPL, this application has a powerful ability, especially accessing ext2 filesystem, ext3, ext4 and now supports LVM2 and EXT4 extents.

 

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