Great find, but now I need help...
generica at email.com
Mon Aug 28 23:11:39 PDT 2000
I almost lost my gateway to this.
230mB drive... I had about 5mB free.
Installed e2compr, and ended up having to transplant the drive, and do a
whole lot of messing around on a spare machine to rescue the drive.
It might have improved since, but just keep your eyes open,
On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, blows wrote:
> Mike Hildebrandt wrote:
> > Which reminds me, does anyone know of any disk compression software
> > for Linux, such as Drivespace on DOS/Windows? That would be a big
> > help in stretching that 120 megs as far as possible.
> I found this in freshmeat:
> e2compr is a kernel patch and utility set to compress files
> transparently, using GZIP/BZIP2/LZV/LZO for compression. You don't have
> to recompile or write new apps to use it, but you'll have to get the
> e2fsprogs version for e2c to use e2fsck and other fs utils.
> hompage: http://e2compr.memalpha.cx/e2compr/
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