About this book. The latest version of this document may be downloaded from http://www.freesoftware.fsf.org/ext2-doc/ This book is intended as an introduction and guide to the Second Extended File System, also known as Ext2.

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6. Extended filesystems (Ext, Ext2, Ext3) Extended filesystem (ext fs), second extended filesystem (ext2fs) and third extended filesystem (ext3fs) were designed and implemented on Linux by Rmy Card, Laboratoire MASI--Institut Blaise Pascal, < card@masi.ibp.fr>, Theodore Ts'o, Massachussets Institute of Technology, < tytso@mit.edu> and Stephen ...

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