ufs and ext
victorvittorivonwiktow at interfree.it
Fri Apr 25 17:59:22 PDT 2003
On Friday 25 April 2003 23:41, you wrote:
> ".VWV." <victorvittorivonwiktow at interfree.it> writes:
> > > > I have noticed both BSD and Linux pre-compiled kernels cannot mount
> > > > read-write the other filesystem. It's a shame that a newbie could
> > > > think one is able to read, the other one is able to write. We know
> > > > ufs was born before ext. Some Linux distributions has also adopted
> > > > ReiserFS on Linux, that's really a not-unix filesystem. Why at PASC
> > > > nobody has declared what's the best standard?
> There is one pretty-good almost-filesystem standard which I've used
> successfully, namely "tar". You can write and read a tarball on an
> otherwise-unused partition (ie, raw device, no real filesystem) from
> multiple types of OSes.
Since the tapes' era, 'tar' is really the only common resource.
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