Subject: Re: Unix Metadata on top of an MS-DOS Filesystem
To: Curt Sampson <>
From: Wojciech Puchar <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 08/02/2005 13:41:09
>> emergency?? in emergency usually NetBSD is used to access windows 
>> partitions.
> When my website is down and I have access only to a friends' windows
> laptop and not my computer, what good is accessing a Windows partition
> going to do me?

i'm using NetBSD or FreeBSD live CD or even knoppix. all three is much 
more usable.

>> or keep your data as .tar.gz files on DOS partition
> Well, then I'd need to extract them to use them.
> Using a ssh key in putty is pretty easy, you just point to the file. I
> wonder about using gnupg on the Windows side, though (presumably using
> a trusted binary I keep on the card itself); are the filenames for the
> keyring, etc., the same? It looks as if they could well be.
> cjs
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