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  Thread: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
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I'm an idiot; I didn't see that ext4fuse has read-only support. I guess I'll just use ext2.
Nagase Iori BSD 13 7,193 20-08-2017, 02:16 PM
  Thread: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
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(17-08-2017, 02:21 AM)josuah Wrote: portable server solution>another machine dedicated to distribute a networked filesystem That doesn't seem very practical/portable. >no much bigger than an e...
Nagase Iori BSD 13 7,193 17-08-2017, 08:21 PM
  Thread: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
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Why would I use FAT32 if I can use ext2? (if ext2 support on the BSD's is stable enough)
Nagase Iori BSD 13 7,193 16-08-2017, 08:50 PM
  Thread: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
Post: RE: How do I go about sharing an external HDD betw...

That would work if I only used my computers inside of my house, which would defeat the purpose of having an external drive. I'll be going to a college in a different city and I'll have one computer at...
Nagase Iori BSD 13 7,193 16-08-2017, 03:27 PM
  Thread: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD?
Post: How do I go about sharing an external HDD between ...

The external HDD is 1TB and it will mostly contain media. What file system would be best to use? The best one that comes to mind is ext2, since all three support it. Is using ext2 a good idea, because...
Nagase Iori BSD 13 7,193 16-08-2017, 02:04 PM