Re: ext3 root partition with kernel-image packages
Yes, but does the kernel try ext3 before ext2 in every case? If not,
then I think the correct way is to stipulate that in /etc/filesystems.
There might be a better way than that though too.
On Mon, 2002-05-06 at 12:09, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Jeff Carr wrote:
> > My default install of woody doesn't have a /etc/filesystems file. Is it
> > the debian default to not make one? /etc/filesystems is one of the ways
> > mount decides what filesystem types to try.
> The kernel can do that itself.
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