Re: Warning mounting ext3 as ext2
On Fri, 2 Jan 2004 10:12:30 +0100,
David Baron <email@example.com> wrote in message
> <<To get a list of filesystems supported by your kernel, from the
> command line type;
> cat /proc/filesystems
> So here it the output of this:
> nodev rootfs
> nodev bdev
> nodev proc
> nodev sockfs
> nodev tmpfs
> nodev shm
> nodev pipefs
> nodev ramfs
> nodev devpts
> nodev usbdevfs
> nodev usbfs
> nodev autofs#
> Can I assume that ext3 is, as I suspected, supported here?
> I notice there are several fsck flavors around includeing the fsck we
> run manually (hopefully I no longer need to use it) and an e2fsck
> which may be the one running on boot (and maybe giving that warning).
> There are also fsck.***** files for each file system as well.
> BTW, Knoppix is a Debian distribution.
..a Debian _derivative_ distro.
> Knoppix provides a CD image and autoconfigures a KDE desktop. I
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