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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What Linux distribution do you have?
cremmeAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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?
At the shell prompt.  However, the directory must exist first.  use the command mkdir for that.  Yes you can listen to the files.
as biard said at the command prompt or if you are in xwindows xterm.

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