Gareth Eason wrote:
> Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
> | ext3. The ext2/3 driver for windoze works quite well.
>> What ext2/3 driver for windows please? I have managed to get ext3
> read-only under Windows 2000, but is there a read-write capable driver
> out there? If so, can you (or someone) point me in its direction,
> please? :-)
> I'm quite happy to remove the journalling on my Linux drive and make it
> ext2 if that makes the windows access of it more
It will happily just mount the drive as ext2. It's stable IME, but i'm
not giving out warranties today.
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