If ex2 is to ex3 what FAT32 is to...
Er... if ex3 is ex2 + index file... and that solves so many problems....
where is the small adjustment to FAT32 that makes it indexed and thus acceptable... and thus read/write-able by any OS?
Also.. since the win2k source is leaked, there must be a way to say "Ok linux, from now on you're going to use the microsoft NTFS driver"
Thanks guys. New to this, and so much stuff seems like it should be obvious
Re: If ex2 is to ex3 what FAT32 is to...
FAT16 is more like ext2 in your comparison, even though ext2 is a bit better. FAT32 is ext3 in the comparision, but ext3 is much better :). NTFS is like reiser, totally different structure.
Originally Posted by Somethin_Cool