How can I convert the /home partition from ext4 to NTFS?


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Put Ubuntu next to Windows 18. Created two partitions - the root '/' and 'home', both ext4. Only then I remembered that I need to have access to the '/home' into Linux from Windows.
Can we convert this partition to NTFS now?

Or you can reformat this partition from within Linux? In the directory /home while anything important
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Good morning.
It is possible to do without formatting. Use, for example, Linux_Reader.exe
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Linux will not be very good to contain a hamster on ntfs you will immediately mess with the attributes, even if it is not critical, personally it hurts my eyes to mc when all of the files executable

poprobute still look for solutions of type ext4 for windows

ps but if not in mogotu is simple enough - boot with a live, pomschyu mc, and best of rsync (grsync) make an exact copy of hamster somewhere (! but only on my Linux partition, which would preserve the rights and attributes, this can be a folder in /home-backup for example), format the hamster in the coveted ntfs, copy the content back (but a copy of the save, suddenly changed his mind after a trial ;)))

don't forget to check fstab if mounting by uuid should make sure that he has not changed
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No way. Only to format.
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