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 have 64K off uncommitted diffs (-c2) for ext2fs, but none for sparse
superblocks. This problem is easy to work around by not using
unsupported optional features. Run tune2fs and e2fsck under Linux to
turn off the features (see tune2fs(8)).
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