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So, I found some cool software that allows us to read these pineapple SD cards on Windows machines. If you set it up right it will also let you write to these file systems. Really cool stuff.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2fsd/files/

I used the tutorial on this webpage. It was not my first choice, but there are not very many websites describing how to install and use it.

http://www.webupd8.org/2011/08/access-ext4-ext3-or-ext2-partitions-in.html

I would actually run a spyware scan after visiting the tutorial site.

So add this software to your winscp for sending files to your pineapple, and putty for creating a terminal connection to your pineapple. Almost as good as having another linux box.

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