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Link: How to Mount EXT4 Linux File Systems on a Mac with OS X Fuse

The EXT file system (short for Extended File System) and it’s family members of EXT2, EXT3, and EXT4, are the file systems used by Linux. Mac users who work with multiple platforms may notice that OS X is unable to mount EXT partitions on its own, and thus anyone wishing to mount and read EXT drives and other file systems will need to rely on a third party utility.

OSXFuse is one such tool, a free open source offering that allows OS X to read EXT volumes, and if you’re comfortable with some uncertainty and risk to the Linux partition, you can even enable an experimental EXT write function too.

Full article here:
How to Mount EXT4 Linux File Systems on a Mac with OS X Fuse (OS X Daily)

Link: Differences between Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4 file systems [and how to convert from Ext2 to Ext3, and from Ext3 to Ext4]

It is always a question in my mind what are the basic difference between ext2, ext3 and ext4 file systems & why we are only able create to four primary partition.

So here is the answer for you,

This article explains the following:

  • High level difference between these file systems.
  • How to convert from one file system type to another.
  • Difference between MBR & GPT Partition Table.

Full article here:
Differences between Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4 file systems (Share our secret)
Related:
Linux File System (0x2c2b[N])
What is Ext2, Ext3 & Ext4 and How to Create and Convert Linux File Systems (Tecmint)

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