Tim wrote: > There are drivers to read ext3 on Windows. If you use both systems, > you'll have to weigh up which is the most convenient. Native file > systems on Linux, which supports your normal permissions and ownership > file details. Or a pathetic-featured file system that can be easily > read by many different systems. File permissions are rarely useful on a removable disk that anyone can plug into their own computer where they are root. One exception is if you use it for backups, in which case ext3 on the removable disk preserves the permissions although it can't enforce them. Björn Persson
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