[TriLUG] file formats
jason at oldos.org
Thu Sep 14 11:31:24 EDT 2006
On 9/14/06, Ian Kilgore <ian at trilug.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 14, 2006 at 08:29:31AM -0400, Brian Henning wrote:
> > There are ext3 drivers for Windows, though I'm not sure if they're any
> > better at writing than Linux's NTFS modules..
> > ~B
> They almost certainly are, given that ext3 is open. If you plan to be
> blorping data back and forth between windows and linux, I don't
> reccomend NTFS. You /can/ write to it, but sometimes (often, in my
> experience) it breaks, and why use it when you can use something that
> works? (eg FAT).
No, they aren't good. Trust me. The ext3 drivers for windows I've used
have always been absolutely horrific.
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