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Linux EXT3 Harddrive

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by marshal, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. marshal

    marshal Network Guru Member

    I have 2 harddrive (200 and 320gb) on a linux box that I want to put on a nslu2...

    Both drive are already EXT3. Will I have to reformat them, or I will be able to plug it directly on the NSLU and see it ?
     
  2. grumpa

    grumpa Network Guru Member

    ext3 Drives

    I swap ext3 drives between NSLU2, NASLite, and Windows XP / ext2fsd all the time ... no problems.
     
  3. marshal

    marshal Network Guru Member

    If i take a drive in ext3 from a linux box, can i put it in a case and plug it on the nslu2?

    I tried, but it say not formatted!
     
  4. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    I think the NSLU2 ext3 formatting has some slightly non-standard linux formatting. I know that Paragon Partition Manager complains a little when dealing with my NSLU2 drives.
     
  5. marshal

    marshal Network Guru Member

    Ok.

    finally i copy all the stuff on another hard drive..

    I've formatted it with the NSLU... now transferring back the stuff :( 300gig.. a long night! :S
     

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