Linux Storage and Filesystem workshop, day 1
Posted Apr 12, 2009 14:42 UTC (Sun) by email@example.com
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Things worked for some time until Ubuntu users started testing the alpha "Jaunty" release, which uses ext4 by default.
Correction (not sure if this is for Jon or Ted):
Ubuntu does not yet use ext4 by default in any version, including the "Jaunty" development series soon to become Ubuntu 9.04.
Jaunty does offer ext4 as a non-default option to users who partition their disks manually, as a convenient way for more adventurous users to start testing it.
Fedora 11, I believe, will install using ext4 by default.
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