To update the file system, you'll need to format the partitions. So if you are planning a re-install, you should format all the partitions to ext3 or ext4. ext4 is considered stable and I guess most of us are using ext4.
Not sure if ext4 has big performance advantages over ext2 though. You might read up on this and decide for yourself.
btw - you're welcome. Enjoyed the froggy
« Last Edit: February 09, 2012, 08:53:59 AM by aguila »
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