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Murray Colpman muzerakascooby at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 14:32:10 GMT 2009


Ext2 or ext4 without a journal are the only ones to use on a flash drive, as
using one with a journal will wear out the drive. Removing the journal from
an ext4 filesystem is quite hard IIRC, so ext2 is the easiest way to go.

Bruce is right about sudo, you also need a space before the first slash.

On Dec 27, 2009 2:19 PM, "Bruce MacArthur" <bmacasuru at fastmail.us> wrote:

On Saturday 26 December 2009 01:19:04 pm Gilan-Schah wrote: > I have
installed Kubuntu a week ago. I...
Hello, Gilan --

I think that the command is "sudo" -- rather than "sudu".  Also, I
seriously question the wisdom of using ext2; ext3 or ext4 is much more
appropriate today.  I am reasonably sure that the command is incomplete
as you present it here because it lacks a format parameter.  Sorry -- I
do not have time right now to research the correct form of the command
for you.

Bruce   Mac Arthur
    bmacasuru at fastmail.us

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