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Old 1st June 2008
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Which file system use to share data on Bsd system?
FreeBSD and NetBSD have file systems the implements journalized but using different systems.

When an OpenBSD write a FreeBSD partition UFS2 with journalized behaves as in the case file system linux ext?

When a FreeBSD write a NetBSD partition UFS2 with journalized behaves as in the case file system linux ext?

Does in essence, the partition will be supported but is not managed the journalized?
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Which file system use to share data on Bsd system?
Generally, FAT partitions are considered to be the lowest common denominator supported by all operating systems. This is the safest bet you can make, however, you are welcomed to experiment any way you choose.
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I'm not familiar that much with NetBSD but OpenBSD and FreeBSD should have read write support for ext2 file systems.

Although, if ext2 is any better then FAT32.. It still can't match ext3 or ntfs lol. FAT is best if you need a Wintel in the mixture.
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