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Mapping Linux Drive to Windows

This might be a pretty basic question.
I haven't worked with Linux before but there is a situation at my workplace where we have Windows workstation with Linux operating system. Here we have a requirement to map a Linux drive to windows. Can anyone tell me how to do it. Please let me know in details since I don't know about Linux much.
Thanks in advance,
SKCD
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shivsaCommented:
samba is tool to do this thing.
check samba.org for all the information.

if u have problem please let us know.
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SKCDAuthor Commented:
Thans shivsa

I explored the website of Samba for the info. Tomorrow I am going to the place where I have to actually do this. If I run into any problem, I'll get back to you.
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linuxsubCommented:
http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/explore2fs.htm allows you to see the ext2 fs on the same machine from windows. Is this you are sking from? or are you trying to mount a partition of a machine running linux on another machine running windows.
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