|Subject:||Re: 2.4.18 update details|
|From:||Jason White <jasonw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 27 Feb 2002 11:03:42 +1100|
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Now that ext3 and XFS use the same ACL interfaces, as I understand it, the plan is to have a single set of ACL tools which will be compatible with both filesystems. What this means on the packaging front is a single set of packages that will support ext3 and XFS. I may be wrong here, but this is what appears to be underway (based on mailing list discussion). Thus, once the common ACL tools are in place it would simply be a matter of updating the relevant package files.
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