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Old 04-13-2010, 02:03 AM
Jeremy Dawson
 
Default ext3 filesystems - changes ??

I hope this is a suitable forum for this question.

I have RedHat9 installed on one partition.

I have just installed Ubuntu 9.10 on another partition. When I had a
choice in the installation procedure, I chose ext3 (since I understood
that the RedHat partitions are ext3).


Now I can mount the RedHat9 partitions from ubuntu, but trying to mount
the Ubuntu partitions from RedHat produces an uninformative error message.


Why could this be ? Are there different variants of ext3 ?

Thanks for any help

Jeremy


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Old 04-21-2010, 08:54 PM
Ric Wheeler
 
Default ext3 filesystems - changes ??

On 04/12/2010 10:03 PM, Jeremy Dawson wrote:


I hope this is a suitable forum for this question.

I have RedHat9 installed on one partition.

I have just installed Ubuntu 9.10 on another partition. When I had a
choice in the installation procedure, I chose ext3 (since I understood
that the RedHat partitions are ext3).


Now I can mount the RedHat9 partitions from ubuntu, but trying to
mount the Ubuntu partitions from RedHat produces an uninformative
error message.


Why could this be ? Are there different variants of ext3 ?

Thanks for any help

Jeremy




You should probably try to use a much more recent distribution - that
sounds quite ancient.


Fedora12 for example will give you something familiar for a Red Hat user
and more choices :-)


ric

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