The Story: I had a 1TB iomega home network drive (Drive A) and then added on an iomega 2TB external hard drive (Drive B) connected to the home network drive via USB 3.0. As I learned was common, the home network drive is lost to my home network (hard drive is fine just crappy hardware). Both drives use a linux file system, not a NTFS. On my laptop I installed Ubuntu and was able to get drive B connected and I can move files over my home network. I have no way though to view drive A on the laptop. In a few days, I am building a new desktop. I'll have a 64GB ssd for Win7 and a 1TB hard drive(drive C) for data. I disassembled the home network drive enclosure and plan to install drive A into the desktop, but I have some data on it I want to save before I format it into NTFS. The Question: If I install ubuntu onto drive C, how can I get ubuntu to see drive A and copy files to drive C?