[sclug] Network startup on Debian

Sean Furey sean-lists-sclug at furey.me.uk
Tue Oct 24 22:40:05 UTC 2006

On Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 08:12:51PM +0100, David Given wrote:
> In the short term, I'm probably going to have to switch to a journalling
> filesystem, simply to avoid fsck problems. (It's currently using ext3, which
> claims to be journalled, but I've never, ever actually seen it work.) I'd
> rather not; XFS and ReiserFS are both huge, and on this 32MB device I need to
> trim the kernel as much as is humanly possible. Any recommendations?

I've got a similar problem with a netgear WGT634U (wireless router, like
the WRT54G but has a USB port).  I'm reluctant to go with the
journalling filesystem though since I'm using USB flash, not a hard
drive.  Any solutions welcome :)


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