Re: Okay, that's too much now!
On Sep 5, 2015, at 8:40 PM, Doug <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The last time I looked--about 6 months ago--FreeBSD requires a file system that is not compatible with Linux or Windows; nothing can
> communicate with it. Has that changed? Or is there a way to install FreeBSD on an ext4 or NTFS file system, or some other fs that
> Linux can read? I'd like to try it out, but not at the expense of having a disk that nothing else can read, including GParted.
The FreeBDS dox claim it's been able to read and write ext2 since v2.2 (there's a kernel module to install). ext3 is a little strange, and ext4 is read-only. No mention that can find of FAT anything. But *surely*...
And, of course, you can communicate with it via IP (FTP, SSH, etc.) or NFS or tape (maybe; I don't know for sure that their tar/dump write tapes like Linux does).