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developing c code to access partition table

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i want to develope the c source code to access the linux partitions
from the windows. i have accessed the MBR and promary partition table.
But i am not able to access the extended partition tables through c
code. please kindly help me in this scenario.
Nov 14 '05 #1
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bhushan <bh*******@rediffmail.com> wrote:
i want to develope the c source code to access the linux partitions
from the windows. i have accessed the MBR and promary partition table.
But i am not able to access the extended partition tables through c
code. please kindly help me in this scenario.


Sorry, but none of that is C (in the sense of the "language C") spe-
cific, so you're rather off-topic here. You may get more answers e.g.
in comp.os.linux.development.apps or comp.os.linux.development.system
if you have Linux-specific problems, otherwise you should be looking
for one of the many MS-related newsgroups. But in any case you should
give some more information about what your problem really is, "I am
not able to do X" isn't very meaningful. I guess something along the
lines of "I tried to do X using method A but the result was B and not
C as I expected" would be better.

Regards, Jens
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Nov 14 '05 #2

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hi,
Just checking something regarding partation table, and though that u need
some lower level coading form DOS, check http://www.xaff.org/GI/mbr.html
think u r from india, as what ur name shows, try to get Let US C, that has
codes in back, so that u can utilize this link, i m currently in germany so
cant send u eaxct C program but hope that will work, in case i will try in
free time if able to develop this code will email u out,
but it will be on VCPP instead of DOS as i dont have turbo or borland C
for dos with me
Bye
Nov 14 '05 #3

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