Subject: Re: JFS for NetBSD?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greywolf <email@example.com>
Date: 03/17/2003 09:54:03
Thus spake Chuck Yerkes ("CY> ") sometime Today...
CY> > Correct. The whole JFS4BSD effort was more an experiment than
CY> > anything serious. It's not clear why anybody would want it, either.
CY> It would be nice to have alternatives, just for the sake of.
CY> All in all, I'd rather have efforts go to UFS2, but it would
CY> be awefully nice to be able to read and write some linux
CY> FS that wasn't ext2. (or get linux to speak UFS - I want my
CY> mp3's available no matter what OS I boot into on my dev machine:)
Can we R/W ext2fs? That would be _a_ solution, though obviously not
the correct one.. :)
I have a similar problem, which is why I use FS_MSDOS to read my mp3s.
[I boot to something that is worse than Lunix on occasion...]
I wonder if I should just migrate my mp3s to my server and go NFS, but
it's so much nicer not to load the network for this.
NetBSD: You can't handle it.