"The file-system format menu includes options for all
computers, for Linux computers, and for Apple computers. If
selecting for all computers it will format the drive as FAT32, EXT2
for all Linux computers, and HFS+ for all Apple computers. GNOME
Format also allows a specific file-system to be specified. EXT2,
EXT3, ReiserFS, and other basic file-systems are supported. There
is currently no support for formatting to an NTFS file-system using
GNOME Format with the NTFS-3G module, but it may be on the road-map
for a future objective. The volume name can also be specified with
the file-system type."
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