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I'm using AeroFS on a Linux/Windows dual-boot computer, and I need to find a way to change the location of the AeroFS folder so that it can be accessible from Windows as well as Ubuntu. Is there any way to share an AeroFS folder between two operating systems on a dual-boot computer?

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I simply removed the AeroFS folder, and then I was prompted to select a new location for the folder. – Anderson Green Dec 31 '12 at 18:06
I hope that this will make it possible to share an AeroFS folder between two partitions on a dual-boot system - I'm still testing it to see if it works. – Anderson Green Dec 31 '12 at 18:46
It appears that there is already a discussion of this issue:… It appears that a single AeroFS folder isn't properly recognized between Linux and Windows. – Anderson Green Dec 31 '12 at 19:07

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