[Wine] Re: Can Wine open an actual file system shared through a Vm?
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Sun Jun 26 20:34:17 CDT 2011
If your hunger for risky redundantness needs to be satisfied, you can try booting your "real" Windows side from your "real" Ubuntu side and your "real" Ubuntu side from your "real" Windows side by having VirtualBox use the real hard drive through a vmdk file. Just backup everything first.
*The above was meant to be a theoretical thriller more than anything else. Kind of like rootkits that attack hypervisors.
Just don't let Windows and Wine mix. That can break things.
I'm giving you a sledge hammer; be responsible (only use for copying thngs over): http://legroom.net/2007/08/05/how-mount-vmware-disk-images-under-linux
P.S While I'm at it, don't run Wine as root, either.
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