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I have 2 SSD drives in my laptop. One has Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and the other has Windows 10. I am able to boot into either one separately by telling the BIOS which drive to boot. I have some files on my Ubuntu drive that I would like to access from Windows. Normally, I could just install ext2fsd and everything would be fine. But my Ubuntu drive is formatted using LVM. Is there any way to access those files from Windows?

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There are a couple of answers about on the internet, but it seems that Windows does not support LVM2 (or at least not very well)

You could try http://www.chrysocome.net/virtualvolumes --or--https://roshanbook.wordpress.com/2012/02/04/accessing-lvm2-in-windows/

The second link describes creating an Ubuntu VM in Virtual box, using that Virtual machine to mount the LVM partitions, and then sharing the directories through Samba.

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