Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 4818 from 2009/1/28
From: Delaware, USA
The reason TMHG used the unflattering descriptor "FrankenSFS" was because we have no real idea how Joerg Strohmayer diverged from the original - he wasn't exactly vocal or helpful about it. SFS2 was certainly NOT compatible with SFS.
Mix SFS implementations at your own risk. If you really want to cross-mount them, do so with a mountlist and specify them as read-only.
Hey, no that is a good (and not at all hostile) idea.
And don't worry, I don't really concern myself about what people say whether its flattering or otherwise.
What is comes down to is what I want to get from something, if someone else thinks its too challenging, no big deal.
And a completely divergent SFS (SFS2) is kind of pointless, isn't it? Why not just give it a new name?
Anyway, again, no real problems here as I won't even be using my primary volume/drive.
If it crashes or becomes unreadable, BFD.
"Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"