Re: Debian cd supporting ext4.
Thank You for Your time and answer, Lisi:
> If you don't like any of the suggestions, you have four choices:
> 1) Do nothing, use a filing system which is used in the basic Lenny
> installation and wait for Squeeze to become Stable.
That's my choice for now.
> 2) Use Squeeze; it is apparently fairly stable now.
Sorry, here are speaking about testing or unstable?
If testing, then I think it is unsecure... In case of unstable - I do
not want to solve manually dependencies, and I think, the security is
still in question.
> 3) Try a backported kernel. But that is no more "official" than
> Kenshi Muto's installer. (I am not clear what you mean by
Under "official" I mean approved by security team as safe as stable.
> 4) Use a different distro which already supports Ext 4.
O! Thank You!
> Or you could still always do as has been suggested several times: use
> Kenshi Muto's installer.
As soon as I understand that it is trustworthy.