What's a jump drive? If it's anything like a memory stick, and formatted as FAT32, it shouldn't be a problem. I think. Peter Colpaert Application Developer PLI - IT - Kontich, Belgium ----- Yoda of Borg are we. Futile is resistance, assimilated will you be. ----- "Chuck Lewis" <chuck.lewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx 12/12/2006 14:53 Please respond to PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To "'PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users'" <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject Re: [PCTECH] Knoppix Question Argh - that is probably it. Do you think that would be the issue for the jump USB drive though ? I had given up on the hard drive to hard drive (there are two in this PC) and was trying the jump drive just now. Sounds like it is time to use Google :-) Thanks ! Chuck -----Original Message----- From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 8:47 AM To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users Subject: Re: [PCTECH] Knoppix Question Chuck, If the drive is NTFS, I think that it's read-only if you boot from a Linux CD. At least, that's how it is in my dual-boot Kubuntu / WinXP laptop. To make the NTFS partition read-write, I needed some additional packages, IIRC. Peter
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