On Mon, 26 Apr 1999, Liam Bedford wrote:
And will that bootdisk work with NTFS and not screw it up (given that 2.2
still claims that NTFS writing is experimental alpha)
according to the webpage, it doesn't use the linux support for NTFS.
it uses some kind of utility which is able to parse NTFS. FAT
partitions however are mounted by the kernel.
I'm still shocked that they use linux to rescue their NT setups...
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