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Old 26th November 2021
Zielonykid123 Zielonykid123 is offline
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Originally Posted by jggimi View Post
EXT4 support has been available in a limited fashion since 2014.There are two limits:
  1. The filesystem must be mounted read-only.
  2. The filesystem must not have been formatted with the EXT4 "64bit" option.
These limits are due to requiring EXT2 compatibility. Sorry.
So i can mount only ext2 and as read only, right? Can you give me an alternative for ext4? I want to store my data on it.
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