Re: File system for linux and windows
Bhasker C V wrote:
Tried it. UDF from udftools(1.0.0b2 ) on etch creates an UDF which is
not working with windows.
I am then left only with an option to use the backup only with linux.
For data in windows, ntfs partitions
can be mounted in linux and then copied over to the backup disk. The
external disk can _only_ be used in
On Fri, 22 Jan 2010 22:28:26 +0000, Bhasker C V wrote:
So, the question... what FS to use which is good and reliable in both
windows and also linux ?
Is there any file system in linux which can work in windows also
(meaning it can be read and optionally written-to in windows even if the
FS is not in a partition) ?
I wonder if nowadays UDF could be used to deal with this problematic :-?
linux and not in windows.
There are many UDF versions, and if Windows is not natively able to read
one, it is possible that Adaptec's InCD or Roxio's DirectCD may be able
to. They supported UDF on Windows long before Microsoft did. I was
writing UDF to CD-Rs on Windows 98 with DirectCD.