Linux Partitions

Which kind of partition are common between Linux and NT ?

Sorry for my bad English.
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FAT.  Linux cannot work with NTFS.  

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they can both read fat16, but you should install then on seperate partitions with there own file systems to avoid problems.
Linux can read NTFS,
there is support for it in kernel > 2.2
so all you need is compile the kernel and add support for it.
the read is more in development state so
it is available only if you specify
prompt for expreimental...
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