Free and Open Source Windows & Linux Journaling File System
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 29, 2008
Does anyone know if there is a Free and Open Source Journaling File System that works 100% on both Windows and Linux? The ext2 driver totally ignores ext3's journal.
Journaling file system for HDD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 20, 2011
My first post:
Is there a way to use JFFS2 (or other journaling file system) on an HDD? I'm looking for a file system feature that doesn't overwrite previously written data on an HDD.
Reason I'm asking is I'd like to use the capacity of the HDD as a log of all written activity, with the ability to retrieve old files. i.e. all writes to the HDD would be sequential.
help needed reg Journaling File system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 25, 2005
I need ur help regarding Journaling in Ext3 file system..how it works..In what ways we can take backup of files / directories using journaling...
"ext2 file system" vs "ext3 journaling file system" on Reinstall
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 4, 2009
I want to reinstall ubuntu while keeping my old home partition. I found this guide which explains how to do that. However, when I select "edit the partition" for the partition on which I want to make the "/" I have to select something under "Use as". It gives 8 options;
ext3 journaling file systemext2 file systemReiserFS file systemJFS journaling file systemXFS journaling file systemFAT16 file systemFAT32 file systemSwap area
I don't know if I need to choose the "ext3 journaling" or the "ext2 file system" for the "/" partition.
Also, what kind of file system do I need to select for my existing "/home" partition?
Thanks in advance!
ext4 journaling file system
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 3, 2010
ext4 journaling file system... is it replacement to ext3?
Hanging on a boot while checking a file system
location: linux.com - date: November 21, 2009
Last time my system starts to hang on boot. It occurs while the "Checking file systems..." process. I noticed that it happens only when I wait established time in GRUB. If I press the "Enter" key in the GRUB menu the system will boot without any errors.
What is the reason of the bug? How can I fix it?
"No root file system is defined" During installation process of Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 19, 2008
I fixed this problem below where it says no root system..ect, But now I have a new problem, when i specify which one is the root, with mount "/" I get an error when i click forward that says, "System~1_Resto-1RP57CHANGE~1.1 is 1k but it has 4 clusters (16k). And i have the option to Ignore or Continue.
Well, I am at the point during the installation of Ubuntu, when I have to specify which is the partition for the "Root file system" and the Swap, All of which I made partitions for using Partition magic, It automatically made a 500mb Swap with it.
So it only allows me to choose one option, which seems to be my root partition, and i get the error" No root file system is defined"
I'm Not sure what to do, this is my first time installing linux.
I currently also have a windows Xp partition, I am having this one so i can dual boot.
Under devices I have, which the ones I made for linux ( this doesn't include window's ones)
I cant mount NTFS file system... please help..
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 7, 2009
I am trying to mount my NTFS drives in Linux using NTFS-3g. But an error message is displayed when mounting starts.""[FATAL: Module fuse not found.
NTFS signature is missing.
Failed to mount '/dev/sda1': Invalid argument
The device '/dev/sda1' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?]"" anybody help me....
How to enable Joliet file system support?
location: linux.com - date: May 13, 2011
Ok, I`m fairly new to linux having been a Windows user for as long as there has been a windows operating system around and DOS before that even. My problem is that like a great many Windows users I have a large collection of burned CD`s & DVD`s that use the Joliet file system. But apparently the distro of Linux I`m using now (Kubuntu 10.10 32 bit) does not have support for reading the Joliet file system enabled by default and I don`t know how to enable it. So here I am asking if anyone knows how to enable it? I`m well aware that I could make an ISO image of the discs in question and then mount them as the various mounting utilities all seem to support reading the Joliet file system, but this isn`t really a viable solution since I have a few hundred discs now in my collection from my pre-Linux days and in terms of disk space this would pretty much fill my entire hard drive and then some if I were to take this approach. What I really need is to just be able to put the disc into
No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2011
From Ubuntu 11.04 installer. What does this mean? how do I do it correctly?
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