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Linux Kernel 5.15 Released with New NTFS File System

Highlights of Linux 5.15 include a brand new NTFS file system implementation from Paragon Software that’s fully functional and supports all NTFS versions up to 3.1 and an in-kernel SMB3 server called ksmbd. Btrfs now supports fs-verity file integrity assurance and ID-mapped mounts, as well as DAMON (Data Access MONitor) for monitoring the memory access […]

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How to Format a Hard Disk Partition with BTRFS on Ubuntu 20.04

Btrfs or commonly pronounced as b-tree FS or butter FS is a COW (copy-on-write) based disk storage format and filesystem combined with a volume manager. In this article, I will show you how to create a disk partition and format it with Btrfs file syste…

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EndeavourOS Has a New ISO Release with an Improved Installer, New App, and More

The new ISO release comes with a much-improved Calamares graphical installer that lets you install EndeavourOS with the Btrfs file system using a subvolume scheme when choosing the automatic partitioning, the ability to store and transfer the Wi-Fi credentials to the installed system, as well as a better user experience when deselecting the packages you […]

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How to Roll Back a Snapshot on OpenSUSE

By default, OpenSUSE proposes the Btrfs filesystem for the root partition. One of the great Btrfs features is the built-in snapshots. OpenSUSE automatically creates snapshots for you when you install or change something on your system. As such, the only thing you really need to know is how to roll back a snapshot, to restore […]

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