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[[User:Joachim Metz|Joachim]] 01:08, 31 July 2012 (PDT) Merged with [[Ext3]] into [[Extended File System (Ext)]] and add Ext4 no need to have multiple articles for this.
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The Extended File System (Ext) is a family of file systems consisting of:
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* ext
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* ext2
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* ext3
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* ext4
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== Ext2 ==
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'''ext2''' or the '''second extended file system''' is a [[Linux]] filesystem designed as a replacement for ext. Note that ext3 is mostly compatible with ext2.
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== See Also ==
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== External Links ==
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=== Ext2 ===
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext2 Wikipedia article on EXT2]
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* [http://www.nongnu.org./ext2-doc/ext2.html Layout of the EXT2 Filesystem]
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* [http://fedora.linuxsir.org/doc/ext2undelete/Ext2fs-Undeletion.html Linux Ext2fs Undeletion mini-HOWTO]
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* [http://unixsadm.blogspot.com/2007/11/ext2-filesystem-for-linux-and-solaris.html Using ext2 on other systems]
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== Tools ==
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The [[Sleuthkit]] and [[R-Studio]] can be used to perform recovery of data from the EXT2 filesystem. Various data carving tools like [[Foremost]] and [[Scalpel]] also support the ext2 filesystem.
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[[Category:File Systems]]

Revision as of 04:10, 31 July 2012

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The Extended File System (Ext) is a family of file systems consisting of:

  • ext
  • ext2
  • ext3
  • ext4

Ext2

ext2 or the second extended file system is a Linux filesystem designed as a replacement for ext. Note that ext3 is mostly compatible with ext2.

See Also

External Links

Ext2

Tools

The Sleuthkit and R-Studio can be used to perform recovery of data from the EXT2 filesystem. Various data carving tools like Foremost and Scalpel also support the ext2 filesystem.