limits on save.dat file

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Re: limits on save.dat file

Post#31 by Ed_P » 10 May 2014, 19:26

brokenman wrote:I havn't tried installing syslinux to a UEFI enabled USB drive and booting on a non-UEFI machine.
Have you tried saving files to the 1st partition of your UEFI flash drive and viewing them in a non-UEFI system?
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Re: limits on save.dat file

Post#32 by Obosan » 12 May 2014, 13:28

@brokenman
brokenman wrote:
the choice of filesystem is always a personal choice. I prefer ext2 (no journaling means less read/write)
I googled and learned a bit about ext2 and ext4. Journaling read/write makes SD cards' life shorten, right?
Having bought 8GB SDHC card this afternoon, I am going to make 2 partitions USB Drive by tomorrow.
This time I will format the 2nd partition with ext2 linux file system.
Arigato-Obrigado!

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