On Thu, 2005-12-22 at 14:47 +0100, gsc.news(a)online.de wrote:
>If I recall, there was a change in the ext2 utilities from FC3 to
>which fsils with earlier distro created partitions.
>I believe you need to disable filechecking with the entries in your
>fstab file. That is, change the last two digits in your older distros
>Alternatively, you could mount the other OS partitions whenever you need
>to access the files on the common partitions..
>Are you talking about a common /home partition?
Yes, and therefore, I can't use my privous installations anymore.
that sounds nasty; maybe fedora should turn off MLS for now until
there's a better compatibility?
I have read already bug #174618, but they assume a kernel patch for
FC4. But as I want to use Centos4 and don't believe RedHat will corporate
such a patch into their Kernels.
well if you use CentOS4 the question is "will CentOS put it into their
kernel" not "will Red Hat"....