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Re: Mounting a file as a filesystem

On Fri, 6 Dec 1996, Paul Seelig wrote:

> I think Debian distributions normally provide FIPS but not the most recent
> version with all (minor) bugfixes included. I regularily use FIPS for
> splitting harddisk partitions (20 times so far) and never managed to get
> data destroyed on any up to now. FIPS is a very secure tool and makes it
> possible to undo a partiton splitting without doing harm to the data on
> it. Works well with Win95 vfat file systems. 

Just out of curiousity... does fips work with an NT file system as well?


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