I believe that's not the case. There are several distributions now that use
XFS and/or reiser as the default filesystem. I think Suse uses Reiser as the
default, for example.
From: linux-xfs-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Mike Burger
Sent: Tue 2/1/2005 3:30 PM
To: Net Llama!
Cc: Daniel E.; linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Suggestions for xfs
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005, Net Llama! wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Feb 2005, Daniel E. wrote:
> > Here are some suggestions for xfsprogs.
> > Some people want xfs to be the standard file system for GNU/Linux. These
> Who wants this? Linux has no standard filesystem, so I don' see how this
> could ever be possible.
Actually, wouldn't it be safe to say that ext2 is/was the standard FS
After all, unless you specify that you want to use an alternate
filesystem, under any distribution, ext2 (maybe ext3, now) is used.
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