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SubjectRe: ext3/ext2 compatibility; time for ext3 in mainline kernel?
First beta or second?

The first was full of weird bugs like that -

The second beta has been running solidly here.

cu

jjs

Dan Kegel wrote:

> I installed Red Hat 7.2beta, and chose its nifty ext3 option when
> setting up my partitions. But now when I boot into vanilla 2.4.9,
> some files are mysteriously missing, notably /usr/bin/id and
> /usr/lib/libreadline.so.3, judging from the error messages that spew
> when I try to do anything.
>
> I guess either a) there's a bug, or b) ext3 isn't so compatible with ext2
> that you can just boot into an ext2-only kernel and expect things to work.
>
> If b) is true, I'd really really like vanilla 2.4.11 or so to support ext3.
> Isn't it about time?
>
> - Dan
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