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On Friday 17 January 2003 11:27 am, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-01-17 at 11:18, ME wrote:
> > Richard S. Crawford said:
> > > When I had the shared partition formatted as FAT32, I saw a kernel
> > > message claiming that FAT32 write support was alpha-level only, which
> > > is why I switched to FAT16.
> >
> > Where did you see this? (I'd like to know, to read about it more.)
> > Are you sure it was not a reference to Linux on the Alpha (DEC chip fame)
> > and not alpha-software?
>
> Hm, it showed up in my boot log.  I quote (from my boot log):  "fsck:
> Warning: FAT32 support is still ALPHA"

so it's fsck's fat32 checking that's alpha.

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