Filesystems on USB drives
- From: Augustus SFX van Dusen <ASFXvD@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 16:58:11 GMT
Can USB sticks be formatted with any filesystem? They seem to come by
default formatted as FAT (or is it VFAT?) but I wonder whether that's
because vendors assume that the stick will be used under Windows, or
because the stick (for some reason) does not support anything else?
- Re: crash
... connected to my Ubuntu notebook through the USB port. ... But mounting it or running fsck on it as ext3 doesn't ... behind a FAT translation service. ... filesystem, ...
- Re: Mount fat32 partition
... Are you certain the partition is vfat? ... a fat filesystem cannot be ... It sounds as though you've defined the partition through fdisk. ...
- Re: linux on a usb stick : crc error
... >0) formatted the usb stick as vfat ... Bad, by all means have a fat32 data partition, you lose filesystem ...
- kernel 2.6.28 XFS internal error xfs_da_do_buf(2) at line 2112 of file fs/xfs/xfs_da_btree.c
... after restart system mount usb disk clean, just to be sure I tried ... - scan filesystem freespace and inode maps... ... agno = 0 ... # CPUFreq processor drivers ...
- Re: Windows and Maildir
... Windows NT with NTFS has both file streams and extended ... > NT whose performance with large directories is better than that of FAT. ... And there won't be much of a difference between FAT and NTFS. ... because the problem is in the filesystem format and not in the ...