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  1. #11
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    Re:Disk image

    Thanks alot! Then must a get a copy...

    Again looking at the page with this logo http://enterprisesecurity.symantec.c...es/ws_p_r1.gif as well as this http://enterprisesecurity.symantec.c..._3qrt_cmyk.gif

    Why not linux have some logo like this arrr??? Hehehe... ;D

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    Re:Disk image

    It's not Linux. It's Norton's stupidness for not applying for Red Hat certification or LSB cert and open source it ... ;D

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    Re:Disk image

    Haha.... thats absolutely right... fool Norton.... ;D

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    Re:Disk image

    [quote author=gigsvoo link=board=1;threadid=5446;start=0#53144 date=1036477875]
    I did not see Norton Ghost supports ext2...?
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    If it supports ext2, then ext3 support is there for most disk functions. The one major problem with ext3 at this time is no real undelete utility. Other than that and journaling -- its pretty damn identical to ext2. So I would presume that you would have zero problems with this version of Norton.

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    Re:Disk image

    Taking about ext2 and ext3, how about XFS? Does XFS supported? What needs to run XFS by linux on it?

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    Re:Disk image

    xfs is another filesystem. I dont know much about the support, since I dont use it. BUt I would imagine a little bit of digging around should yield a few decent results.

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    Well if you are putting the image on another machine over the network there is g4u (ghost4unix) a free imaging software that basically streams a bit for bit image to an ftp server and since it's a bit copy works for any file system.

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    Re:Disk image

    Well, where is the website my friend?

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    Re:Disk image

    Looks like the idea is making a image and store at FTP server, then download and make the same image to write on the new HDD???

    But the ghost from Symantec could be HDD clone by HDD --> HDD

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