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[vdr] Re: OT: ext2 question
maybe the mke2fs -r flag can help
Set the filesystem revision for the new filesystem.
Note that 1.2 kernels only support revision 0
filesystems. The default is to create revision 1
Am Die, 2002-10-22 um 12.26 schrieb Gernot A. Weber:
> sorry it's far away off topic. But I don't know where to ask else... I
> created an ext2 partition with a recent version of mke2fs. But now I'm not
> bale to mount it with an older version of e2fsprogs, because the fsck ends
> with: unsupported features. tune2fs -l gives me the feature I suppose to
> be the trouble maker: dir_index.
> Is there any possibility to tune the filesystem to forget this feature or
> to tell mke2fs to create a compliant filesystem?
> Gernot A. Weber
> Only wimps use tape backup: _real_ men just upload their important stuff
> on ftp, and let the rest of the world mirror it.
> Linus Torvalds, after a hard drive crash
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