The state of ext4 disck tools
dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Aug 8 09:23:07 UTC 2010
Thanks all for your comments, the links to the kernel.org wiki are great.
On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 01:05, Karl Larsen <klarsen1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The ext4 file system has far more files in /boot/grub/
> directory than did ext3. There are fewer commands than ext3 but they do
> the job. The file that looks like menu.lst is grub.cfg.
Karl, I apologize that I forgot to append "Karl don't answer" to my
message, it's been a few weeks since I've started a new thread on this
Please killfile me, your "contributions" only take good discussions
off topic. If there is a nice way to say "go away" in English then
understand that is what I mean. I respect and appreciate your desire
to help, however, you are about are useful here as you would be in a
brain-surgery operating room. I assume that your technical knowledge
of both fields is about the same, the problem is that the barrier to
"contributing" to the Ubuntu lists is lower that the barrier to
"contributing" to brain surgery. I don't claim to be some Linux guru
myself, quite the contrary, but I don't need another blind man leading
me. Please leave the contributions to the experts, for the good of
Ubuntu and for the good of the list members.
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