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    alan <alan@clueserver.org> wrote:

    > I just wish that people would learn from the mistakes of others. The
    > MacOS is a prime example of why you do not want to use a forked
    > filesystem, yet some people still seem to think it is a good idea.
    > (Forked filesystems tend to be fragile and do not play well with
    > non-forked filesystems.)

    What's the conceptual difference between forks and extended user attributes?
    --
    "Unix policy is to not stop root from doing stupid things because
    that would also stop him from doing clever things." - Andi Kleen

    "It's such a fine line between stupid and clever" - Derek Smalls
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