Cómo observo a Ubuntu 7.04 (en un disco duro en formato "ext3") desde Windows XP (con formato en disco de "ntfs")? (Solucionado)

Imagen de JJooee
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Bueno, he aquí mi problema; tengo dos discos duros, en el maestro tengo a Windows XP Home Edition y en el esclavo tengo a Ubuntu Feisty Fawn.

Siempre utilizo Ubuntu, pero ahora voy a hacer un trabajo en Windows, y requiero archivos de Linux constantemente, pero a diferencia de Ubuntu que si me reconoce el disco duro donde esta Windows y me permite verlo, con Windows no es asi, pues al estar en Windows, es como si Ubuntu no estubiera, no me permite verlo.

 

¿Qué necesito hacer para que Windows vea y edite (me conformo con que vea y copie) a Ubuntu?

Es decir ¿Qué necesito para que un disco ntfs vea a un disco ext3?

Agradezco su ayuda, por cierto si es necesario (aunque no lo creo), las caracteristicas de mi PC son:

Procesador AMD Athlon 64 bits, cada sistema operativo (Windows y Ubuntu) esta en un disco distinto como especifique antes, y los dos discos duros son de 160 GB :) Espero y puedan ayudarme :D

Imagen de zeqk
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el total commander lei q tiene un plugin para leer particiones ext3

despues tenes un driver para windows http://www.fs-driver.org/index.html

pero nose es muy optima su utilizacion para la escritura de ext3

yo lo estaba usando y cada vez q terminaba de usar la particion ext3 desde windows e iniciaba linux, me hacia un fixing

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Imagen de JJooee
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Mi procesador es de 64 bits, como mencione antes, por ello no puedo usar el driver de http://www.fs-driver.org/index.html, por que ese driver no funciona en arquitectutras como la mia :(

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Imagen de Gabriel_M
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Hola:

Crossmeta en su página

www.crossmeta.com

Tiene las aplicaciones free, que te pueden servir.

Totalcommander, de :

www.ghisler.com

Tiene entre sus excelente plugins, uno que trabaja muy bien en modo solo lectura con ext3 únicamente.

La versión share de Totalcommander, la única limitación que tiene es que cada vez que lo inicies tendrás que pulsar 1 2 ó 3, según te indique, despues es todo full.

Saludos. 

Ubuntu: sistema operativo superior, moderno, optimizado, seguro, racional, completo, y evolutivo.

Gabriel

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Imagen de zeqk
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como configuras el crossmeta?

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Imagen de Gabriel_M
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Hola:

Esta es la guía:

Crossmeta File System Drivers Quick Start
Start driver modules

The Crossmeta file system drivers for Windows 2000, 2003 and XP are set to Manual Start during installation. To start the NFS services, the following service programs have to be started in the following order. You may find it convenient to keep them in a command batch file. It is recommended to keep a copy of /bin commands in the installed directory "C:\program files\crossmeta". Also make sure the PATH variable is set correctly so that Crossmeta command mount is executed instead of similar named command from Cygwin or others.

Rem First start the kernel service
net start cxvfs
Rem Mount /dev devices directory
mount /dev
Rem Setup /dev/loop1 to point to the file used for INODES
losetup loop1 "c:\program files\crossmeta\inodes" Rem Do file system check
fsck -y /dev/loop1
mount /dev/loop1 /cachefs
Rem Start mounting NTFS folders for sharing
Rem Note that the pathname is case sensitive here
mount -t winfs E:\TOOLS /tools
mount -t winfs F:\share\home /home
net start cxvfsmgr
net start cxnfs

Stop driver modules

To stop Crossmeta NFS services make sure there are no other programs actively using the files from V: drive.

Rem First stop all the NFS services in the following order
net stop mountd
net stop portmapd
net stop cxnfs

Rem Unmount all file systems
umount /home
umount /tools
umount /cachefs
net stop cxvfsmgr
umountall
net stop cxvfs

If there are active references to the mounted file systems it may not be possible to unmount them and hence the services cannot be stopped. In that case a system reboot is required.

Repair Root file system

In case the root file system was not unmounted cleanly the root file system will be mounted read-only the next time. Run file system check and then restart the services. net start cxvfs
mount -a
fsck -y /dev/loop0
umountall
net stop cxvfs

Recreate INODES file

This file is used for NFS server operation to generate inode numbers for stateless operation of NFS server in Windows. To recreate with different file size of 100MB: del "c:\program files\crossmeta\inodes"
newfs -F "\DosDevices\C:\program files\crossmeta\inodes" -s 200000 -i 1024 none

Authentication Mapping

The user names are stored in the password database files in /etc directory (i.e V:\etc). To recreate this with a different password file, first copy the new file to the location as V:\etc\passwd. Then run pwd_mkdb /etc/passwd
To verify the newly added username id username

The groups information is maintained in file /etc/group and simply replacing the /etc/group file will reflect any changes.
Note: Make sure the file permission are set correctly. Only the owner root should have write permission. You may use sash.exe to verify this. sash
cd /etc
ls -l group
chmod 644 group

Access NFS Shares from network

To access NFS share from server summit, start the Crossmeta services as follows.

net start cxvfsmgr
net start cxnfs
showmount -e summit
/home
/release
md v:\home
mount -t nfs summit:/home /home

Add NFS Shares

Make sure the Crossmeta kernel services have started. Edit the file /etc/exports and include the mount points that will be shared by other NFS clients. You may find it useful to run sash.exe, the stand alone shell program. v:\
cd \etc
copy con exports
/home
/tools
^Z

v:\bin\sash.exe
cd /etc
ls -l exports
-rwx-rwx-rwx 1 chmod 644 exports
net stop mountd
net start mountd
showmount -e

Remove NFS Shares

Edit the file /etc/exports and remove the entries for the share names. Then restart the mountd service program alone.

Saludos.

Ubuntu: sistema operativo superior, moderno, optimizado, seguro, racional, completo, y evolutivo.

Gabriel

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Imagen de JJooee
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Gracias por la ayuda, pero mi problema persiste.

Lo que pasa es que eso de Crossmeta es muy complicado, lo instale y nada.

:S nada me ha a yudado hasta ahora, pero agradezco la ayuda de todos :) 

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Imagen de Gabriel_M
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Hola:

Pues usa el total commander, ¡más fácil no hay! 

Saludos. 

Ubuntu: sistema operativo superior, moderno, optimizado, seguro, racional, completo, y evolutivo.

Gabriel

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Imagen de JJooee
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Gracias a todos, Total Commander soluciono mi problema :D

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Imagen de zeqk
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hay otro programa q se llama explore2fs

pero es solo para leer y no lo pudes usar desde el explorador de win 


 

 

 

 

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Crossmeta File System Drivers Quick Start
Start driver modules

The Crossmeta file system drivers for Windows 2000, 2003 and XP are set to Manual Start during installation. To start the NFS services, the following service programs have to be started in the following order. You may find it convenient to keep them in a command batch file. It is recommended to keep a copy of /bin commands in the installed directory "C:\program files\crossmeta". Also make sure the PATH variable is set correctly so that Crossmeta command mount is executed instead of similar named command from Cygwin or others.

Rem First start the kernel service
net start cxvfs
Rem Mount /dev devices directory
mount /dev
Rem Setup /dev/loop1 to point to the file used for INODES
losetup loop1 "c:\program files\crossmeta\inodes" Rem Do file system check
fsck -y /dev/loop1
mount /dev/loop1 /cachefs
Rem Start mounting NTFS folders for sharing
Rem Note that the pathname is case sensitive here
mount -t winfs E:\TOOLS /tools
mount -t winfs F:\share\home /home
net start cxvfsmgr
net start cxnfs

Stop driver modules

To stop Crossmeta NFS services make sure there are no other programs actively using the files from V: drive.

Rem First stop all the NFS services in the following order
net stop mountd
net stop portmapd
net stop cxnfs

Rem Unmount all file systems
umount /home
umount /tools
umount /cachefs
net stop cxvfsmgr
umountall
net stop cxvfs

If there are active references to the mounted file systems it may not be possible to unmount them and hence the services cannot be stopped. In that case a system reboot is required.

Repair Root file system

In case the root file system was not unmounted cleanly the root file system will be mounted read-only the next time. Run file system check and then restart the services. net start cxvfs
mount -a
fsck -y /dev/loop0
umountall
net stop cxvfs

Recreate INODES file

This file is used for NFS server operation to generate inode numbers for stateless operation of NFS server in Windows. To recreate with different file size of 100MB: del "c:\program files\crossmeta\inodes"
newfs -F "\DosDevices\C:\program files\crossmeta\inodes" -s 200000 -i 1024 none

Authentication Mapping

The user names are stored in the password database files in /etc directory (i.e V:\etc). To recreate this with a different password file, first copy the new file to the location as V:\etc\passwd. Then run pwd_mkdb /etc/passwd
To verify the newly added username id username

The groups information is maintained in file /etc/group and simply replacing the /etc/group file will reflect any changes.
Note: Make sure the file permission are set correctly. Only the owner root should have write permission. You may use sash.exe to verify this. sash
cd /etc
ls -l group
chmod 644 group

Access NFS Shares from network

To access NFS share from server summit, start the Crossmeta services as follows.

net start cxvfsmgr
net start cxnfs
showmount -e summit
/home
/release
md v:\home
mount -t nfs summit:/home /home

Add NFS Shares

Make sure the Crossmeta kernel services have started. Edit the file /etc/exports and include the mount points that will be shared by other NFS clients. You may find it useful to run sash.exe, the stand alone shell program. v:\
cd \etc
copy con exports
/home
/tools
^Z

v:\bin\sash.exe
cd /etc
ls -l exports
-rwx-rwx-rwx 1 chmod 644 exports
net stop mountd
net start mountd
showmount -e

Remove NFS Shares

Edit the file /etc/exports and remove the entries for the share names. Then restart the mountd service program alone.

 

eso es para montar NFS, como montas un particion en EXT3 en la misma maquina???

lo probaste?

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Imagen de JJooee
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Probé el Crossmeta, pero es muy complicado, aparte yo tampoco supe montar EXT3 :(.

Pero con Total Commander fue sencillo, solo lo instale y le puse el plug-in de EXT2'EXT3 y listo.

 

Aunque ya no habrá de que preocuparse, por que ahora Ubuntu 7.10 lee y escribe NTFS, asiq eu para pasar algo a Windows solo será necesario entrar a Linux y de ahi escribir el archivo :D 

Ahora veo mejor como Ubuntu siempre trata de resolver los problemas que se presentan y facilitarle la tarea a los usuarios, en cambio Microsoft solo se preocupa en no perder su puesto como empresa multimillonaria.

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