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Re: Ext3 for flash drive

Mike McClain wrote:
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 12:38:35PM +0100, Jens Van Broeckhoven wrote:
Masatran / Deepak, R. wrote:
Recently, I re-partitioned my flash drive. I made one FAT32 partition, and
one Ext3 partition. The problem is that when I transfer files from my
Why so many difficult answers?
If you normally use ext3, use ext2(ext3 without journalizing) on your flash drive.

Even Windows supports it.

I did not know that. Which versions of Windows can read ext2?


Any version, 95+, just requires a driver.  Not official.  3rd party.

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