git on FAT32

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – aardwolf wrote:Typically, I use an ext3 (or this time probably ext4) partition for installing Linux, but make another FAT32 partition which I use for all kinds of data like projects, photos, ... FAT32 because that's what's the most universally accessible.....But maybe I should start to think about dropping this whole FAT32 thing.You really should.... Using FAT32 for all your data is bad juju. If your data were eggs, using FAT32 would be like storing your eggs in a blender.I understand the accessibility issue on external hard drives (ie, USB/Firewire etc) but on an internal disk/parti (HowTos)