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on 6/28/05 9:51 PM, Kasper Jordaens wrote:
> I had the same problem.. eventually I reformatted my home-partition to
> ext3 wich works ok
> I just see that it is ext2 on the page but I believe I'm using ext3...
> I'll check later today (in OSX now)
iirc ext3 is (roughly put) ext2 + journalling, and thus ext3 partitions
should be accessible with an ext2 driver. the ext2 driver for os x does
currently *not* work properly with tiger though, as apple changed the
kernel interface. consequently, in order to share a hd partition
between os x 10.4 and linux you currently have to use atavistic
atrocities like FAT <yuck!> instead or resort to networking. foreign
file system support is one of the things in osx that always sucked. and
apple seems inclined to keep it like that, unfortunately... :-(
 see http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=474630
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