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    SubjectRe: ext3 corruption
    Theodore Tso wrote:
    > To be fair, there are plenty of other dangerous things that you can do
    > with Windows that don't have warning messages pop-up. And using the
    > loop driver is of a complexity which is higher than what you would
    > expect of a typical Windows user. You might as well complain that
    > Linux doesn't give a warning message when you run some command like
    > "rm -rf /", or "dd if=/dev/null of=/dev/hda". I'm sure there are
    > similar commands (probably involving regedit :-) that are just as
    > dangerous from the Windows cmd.exe window.....

    Hardly comparable..

    "rm", "dd if=/dev/null", "format c:" is meant to nuke your harddrive.
    The loop driver just does it as a nasty side effect of a stinky
    implementation.
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