Weird times indeed. We are not getting ext3/4 support as IFS in windows but a bash shell; which is good, since I am not going to learn PowerShell anytime soon.

The good thing is that since the Raspberry Pi invention, making a cheap storage is getting cheaper. Lots of roadblocks there too, since etherner is no gigabit, but we can now keep those pictures and mp3 files stored in a low power network device.

Keep dreaming, people!

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Holy crap. We are 24... well, 23 now that kicked out that spamming synthetic. So.... Should we go party? :)
Should I update the title to EXT4?
So many questions, so little answers.

So far, there are  many alternatives to access ext3 disks on windows now... and none of them provide nowhere near performance to mature in kernel ifs driver. Maybe
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2fsd/
is the best place to start.

Also, forget about LVM or VXVM volumes.

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