[RC5] Sharing buffers on multi-OS system?

Alex Lozano lord_breetai at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 13 11:58:26 EST 2001

Andreas Wittwer wrote:

> I have a computer on which I have Linux and Windows installed. My problem is that I currently have a PCI softmodem, which won't work with Linux. So, I'm only able to flush the buffers while runnung windows.
> Is there a way to make my linux-client use the same buffers as my Win-client?

There is, actually. You have to mount your windows partition onto your linux filesystem on startup, and symlink the windows-client buffers to your linux-client location.

Works like a charm. If you have any questions let me know. ^_^

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