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SubjectRe: XFS?
> > So does Redhat/Suse/??? ship XFS yet?
> Mandrake has had XFS support in the default boot kernel since 8.0. AFAIK, Suse
> and Slackware also have XFS capable kernels now too.

Slackware lets you use a special install kernel that has XFS [1] compiled in
and that the installer can take advantage of. However, you have to provide
your own XFS vmlinuz for actually booting into the new system, as Slackware
rightly continues to use bare Marcelo(tm) kernels.

[1] and JFS, too.

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