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pkgsrc on Linux ext2fs partition?
Is there any problem keeping pkgsrc on a Linux ext2fs partition and using for
both Linux and NetBSD?
Would NetBSD compilations be hampered by running on ext2fs? Objective is to
use for both NetBSD and Linux. NetBSD-current and 5.1_STABLE now both seem OK
with ext2fs, whereas I couldn't mount my Linux partition with NetBSD 5.1
original release. I could use work subdirectories such as work51, work599 and
worklin instead of "work". Idea is to put pkgsrc on a separate partition, need
to be sure it would be visible to Linux as well as NetBSD.
I am getting ready to setup on a new computer with 3 TB hard drive (Western
Digital Caviar Green), would use gpt as opposed to traditional fdisk, and not
sure if I would use any NetBSD other than -current.
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