I'm dual-booting with FreeBSD and was trying to figure out if UFS was supported on Arch. I was able to mount the filesystem based on a forum post, but it seems like this information belongs on this page. I'm hesitant to edit the wiki personally because I've never edited a wiki before and I'm not sure what the proper etiquette is. Thoughts? Saffronsnail (talk) 18:04, 27 December 2016 (UTC)
- Since UFS is back in the current kernel, mounting UFS should work out of the box (On my system at least, the ufs module is autoloaded when calling mount with -t ufs.), unless people haven't updated their system. So additional info should no longer be needed. Lcts (talk) 12:53, 14 April 2017 (UTC)
Section name simplification
I think we can strip file systems/file system from the headings to keep it DRY. The ToC would then look like:
1 Types 1.1 Journaling 1.2 FUSE-based 1.3 Stackable 1.4 Read-only 1.5 Clustered 2 Identify existing 3 Create 4 Mount 4.1 List mounted 4.2 Unmount 5 See also
Also note that I'd like to change Umount to Unmount.
Seeing that 129 pages link here, do we have a tool to rename sections & automatically fix backlinks if we decide to do this?
- That looks very awkward and brusque, brevity is not a synonym for omitting words. I don't think that "Identify existing" or "Create" are good section names. Also note that File systems#Journaling does not list journaling file systems, but describes the concept, so your proposed naming gets ambiguous. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 15:32, 30 August 2018 (UTC)