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SuSE: ext3 as root file system [a fix for SuSE 7.3]

Nov 03, 2001, 18:53 (2 Talkback[s])


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[ Thanks to Dennis E. Powell for this link. ]

SuSE has released a fix for a faulty mk_initrd script that kept users from mounting ext3 filesystems:

You want to use a ext3 partition as root partition. Since there is an error in the script mk_initrd in SuSE Linux 7.3, it is not possible.

Download the latest version of the script from our ftp Server and copy it to sbin, so that the root partition can also be ext3...

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