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 Post subject: Journalling filesystem?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 1:39 pm 
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is there a reason that you did not choose a journalling system like reiserfs or ext3 instead of ext2? it just seems like it would make more sense for this type of application. Especially for the audience that this appears to be intended for( home users) that most likely will not have power protection on the pcs running this.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 2:16 pm 
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The NASLite-SMB floppy disk has 2 free sectors available. In order to accommodate ext3, kernel support needs to be compiled in as well as the appropriate e2fs utils.

There simply is no room on the floppy Disk.

NASLite was built by observing the lowest common denominator required to achieve the resultant functionality with a floppy being the target media.

Your point is very valid but will have to be adressed in a CD-based version.


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