Ubuntu has corrupted my file !
james at gray.net.au
Sat Nov 18 12:37:42 UTC 2006
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On 16/11/2006, at 7:06 AM, Scott wrote:
> James Gray spake thusly on 11/14/2006 04:57 AM:
>> AFAIK only non-journalling file systems impose this mandatory fsck
>> after a certain number of reboots etc.
> ext3 does as well. I've had it happen several times. You should reboot
> more often. ;-)
>> Why not use (at least) ext3 or reiserfs/jfs/xfs???
> You're "on your own" in Ubuntu should you choose something other than
> ext3 (the default).
> And besides, re (Paul) ReiserFS, have you read the news lately? ;-)
A developer's personal life (of crisis) does not in any way change
the value of their software. So what if the guy is in a rather
serious amount of bother? Even if they lock him up and throw away
the key with no access to computer, I *SURE* someone will pick up the
code/project and continue with the Reiser file system. That's the
beauty of open source software.
Please - let's not degenerate into a forum of rumour, speculation and
innuendo. I always figured Linux users were in the higher
percentiles of the intelligence range compared with the general
population... please don't ruin that illusion just yet :)
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