Re: Debian cd supporting ext4.
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Sthu Deus <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank You for Your time and answer, Wolodja:
>> Using ext4 for /boot is discouraged but you can give it a try. Why do
>> you need /boot to be ext4?
> Because I have single partition. :)
> Well. For now I have tried w/ two - /boot as ext3 and / as ext4 -
> nothing happened - I got the into the same situation as I had before,
> by simple converting of ext3 to ext4 - I got a statement at boot time
> that / can not be mounted - no such device, while a message before
> states, there is such an one.
> PS I used the "kmuto's work".
If /boot is an ext4 filesystem, grub1/grub-legacy will not be able to access it.