From: ray at domain phbrink.ie
Date: Wed 06 Oct 1999 - 17:26:44 IST
On Wed, 6 Oct 1999 Stephen_Reilly at domain dell.com wrote:
> as much as I hate to admit it, it's actually ridiculously easy to do with
> windows as most such utilities are written specifically for microsoft stuff.
> There are few I know of that can intelligently (i.e. not blindly) dupe Ext2
> filesystem data, powerquest drive image pro can . . .
How does ghost cope with ext2? ie can it compress partitions with the same
or close efficiency that it can fat32 & especially fat16.
I've been pondering stuff like this for a while with the intent of
building a cluster of some description in the event of me feeling bored
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