pierguido.lambri at lugpiacenza.org
Fri Apr 29 06:51:54 PDT 2005
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> Do your Linux kernel your ext2 file system support large files (files
> over 2GB)? If not, you will have to boot into Debian and enable LFS
> (large file support) and add that feature to your ext2 partition.
But i read in fbsd there should be already (experimental i think) a
support for LARGE_FILE, but it seems it doesn't work.
This is what the dumpe2fs says:
Filesystem revision #: 1 (dynamic)
Filesystem features: dir_index filetype sparse_super
I Think (and correct me if i'm wrong) that "dynamic" means that
large_file support is enable in the fs.
> Adding to Björn's advice, in case you don't with to use a port. The
> FreeBSD base system includes split(1), which will allow you split up
> binary files (with -b flag) and then join them with cat.
Actually it's what i did.
I used split and then merged again back.
But i don't like it very much ;-)
Un uomo saggio impara dall' esperienza. Un uomo ancora più saggio impara
dall'esperienza degli altri
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