[SATLUG] External Drive Shared by Mounting with sshfs - Which
Drive Format - FAT32 or ???
satlug at sbcglobal.net
Fri May 21 17:48:43 CDT 2010
Daniel Givens wrote:
>The only reason to use FAT or NTFS is if you want cross platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) support.
"Cross platform" in this case means dual-boot or direct attachment of
the drive (as in USB) to the non-Linux system. If you're only sharing it
across the network (with Samba, for example) it doesn't matter much what
the underlying filesystem is. The file sharing system translates as
See us at the computer show tomorrow. (www.pcshows.com) SATLUG should
have a demo of network file sharing like that. --Don
Be well - or at least have interesting symptoms!
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