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Proposal: Remove support for non POSIX compliant filesystems to host shared folders #262

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votdev opened this Issue Jan 7, 2019 · 2 comments

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votdev commented Jan 7, 2019

Remove the support of non POSIX compliant filesystems (e.g. FAT32 and NTFS) to host shared folders because of the amount of problems users run into, including the resulting maintenance in the forum.

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@votdev votdev changed the title Remove support for non POSIX compliant filesystems to host shared folders PROPOSAL: Remove support for non POSIX compliant filesystems to host shared folders Jan 7, 2019

@votdev votdev changed the title PROPOSAL: Remove support for non POSIX compliant filesystems to host shared folders Proposal: Remove support for non POSIX compliant filesystems to host shared folders Jan 7, 2019

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ryecoaaron commented Jan 7, 2019

I think this is a good idea. Do you envision people using the usbbackup plugin to sync a non-POSIX filesystem to a shared folder?

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votdev commented Jan 7, 2019

I think using the usbbackup or similar plugins should be the preferred way to import and export data.

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