On Wed, 4 Oct 2000, Jordan Hubbard wrote:
> As most people probably know, you can't write on ext2fs filesystems
> with any of the "newer" Linux distributions, like Red Hat 6.2 on
> up. The filesystem mount refuses r/w permission with the message
> "WARNING: R/W mount of #<dd/min#> denied due to unsupported optional features"
> Do we plan to do anything about that? Heck, I'm not even sure who
> maintains ext2fs these days - bde maybe? [hopeful facial expression] :-)
I think you can manipulate those features somewhat from FreeBSD with
tunefs, but I don't know how. Alexander Viro said something about this on
comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc. In Deja, I would do a search in CUBFM for
Alexander Viro and ext2fs. I kinda wish Viro would read this list, as he
seems to be an expert on areas common to both FreeBSD and Linux.
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