Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Dec. 08 2007,17:25
Ping Juanito. The thread for March is closed, but I have a question about one of your submissions.
Does your ntfsprogs extension use XFS? I loaded ntfsprogs.dsl to my hard drive install of DSL 4.0 release. I didn't know DSL had XFS, but now I have it and have XFS daemons running.
When booting DSL (4.0, 4.1) on CD or frugal, I don't have XFS in /proc/filesystems. The only other filesystem progs extension I've added is sshfs/fuse, and that doesn't give me XFS or start any daemons. I haven't had a chance to use ntfsprogs yet so I'm kind of befuddled where the XFS daemons came from. Is it resulting from the ntfsprogs.dsl extension?
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