It's a simply question. In Windows XP -
a: Total Commander with plugin ex2fs
I can see only empty HDA3 - Linux disk.
on 01/27/2010 – Made popular on 01/27/2010
Currently we are reviewing the new version of Total Commander 8.0. Even it still in Beta edition, you can download and try this software for free. Total Commander is a powerful file manager and utility for Windows system. In this short tutorial, I will show you how to connect to remote FTP server on Total [...]
Having moved quite large amount of data (~1TB) over the network from one storage to another, I noticed the file on target system differs from the original.
PC (Windows 7 64) with Windows Sharing -> 1000BaseT network 2x 1G switch -> PC (Windows XP) as Windows Sharing client
NAS with Windows Sharing (probably Samba?) -> 1000BaseT network 1x 1G switch -> PC (Windows 7 64) as Windows Sharin
from watching youtube Total DISK READ: 0.00 B/s | Total DISK WRITE: 0.00 B/s
PID PRIO USER DISK READ DISK WRITE SWAPIN IO> COMMAND
3752 be/4 todor 0.00 B 4.00 K 0.00 % 0.26 % gconfd-2
248 be/4 root 0.00 B 216.00 K 0.00 % 0.06 % [kjournald]
4069 be/4 todor 4.00 K 12.00 K
Hi I do not know if I am asking the question in the right forum but I need help .I am running Ubuntu 11.10 through a Wubi install.I also have Windows 7 running on my machine and both Ubuntu and Windows are in the same disk. This is what happened a few weeks back, my windows simply refused to boot up. None of the options seem to work.
When I was in windows I used to use Total Commander as my file manager. There was a function called "Branch view" (Ctrl+B), which basically showed all the files within a particular directory including any files within all the recursive directories.
Basic view of Total Commands
I am really struggling finding a linux file manager which satisfies that function.
Basically, I have been advised by a friend to uninstall windows and install linux. I want to do this but there is one small problem. I have 26 gigabytes of photographs on my computer. I am using a dual core, 500 gig disk.