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Re: Question about custom boot partitions

On Mon, Apr 12, 2004 at 05:02:45PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> There are at least 2 sub-architectures which need a special ext2
> partition to boot.  That is, not just an ext2 file system, but an ext2
> file system of revision 0 with no extensions (mkfs.ext2 -r 0 -O none).
> Now I wonder how to implement this in partman.  As I see it, there are
> 3 options:

> What's the best approach?

Not really helping answer your question, but as I currently understand it,
there's no mechanism from within partman to manipulate any filesystem
options. Let's say one wants to format /home with a greater than default
inode density. This is something that one cannot do after filesystem
creation with tune2fs, so it needs to be done manually. Sure, one can pop
off to another VT and manually format the partition and tell partman to
leave it the heck alone... I guess this could also be done in Martin's
scenario, it's just that it's more important in this scenario that it



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