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Sharing files with C:\ drive

I am running windows 98 on 14 gig HDD and Linux on a seperate 6 gig HDD.  I have LILO in my boot on C: drive.

How can I see my C: drive from Linux?

Can I use files off of my C: drive using linux, ie: play mp3 files that are on my c: drive using Linux?

I have Red Hat 6.0
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biardCommented:
What Linux distribution do you have?
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cremmeAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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laeuchliCommented:
well, if you have a new enough kernal( I think redhat 6.0 comes with it) all you have to do is make a directory(mkidr harddisk) then type mount /dev/hda1 /harddisk
Then the access the files all you have to do is go into the dir harddisk
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cremmeAuthor Commented:
Where do I type
mount /dev/hda1 /harddisk ?

Can I listen to mp3z that are stored on my c: drive or access other files?
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biardCommented:
At the shell prompt.  However, the directory must exist first.  use the command mkdir for that.  Yes you can listen to the files.
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laeuchliCommented:
as biard said at the command prompt or if you are in xwindows xterm.
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