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Best Answer angus71 , 26 March 2017 - 04:36 PM

You're right of course about boot... perhaps I will try just to see if it's possible...  :D

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angus71

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Hi there!

If I want to do an new installation using reiserfs as filesystem...

I would follow the standard installation instructions exept at "Creating filesystems" I should use

"mkfs.reiserfs /dev/sda3" instead of "mkfs.ext4 /dev/sda3" ?

Could reiserfs also be used for the boot partition?

Thanks for your advice!  :)  :D



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there's no need for Boot to be journaled - use ext2 !

 

but, it's possible, i assume.

 

for UEFI, you need a FAT 32 Boot partition.


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You're right of course about boot... perhaps I will try just to see if it's possible...  :D





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