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Old 11-17-2011, 03:45 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by pulsar View Post
Actually, I am reading that the type of partition (e.g. reported by gparted) can be ignored by Android/Linux - it can mount almost any filesystem on almost any type of partition. Command "mount" executed on Kobo shows all of the filesystems of type ext4, even the one inside the partition of type fat32. If you thought it's confusing, I would totally agree.
Yeah, but Windows can't easily mount ext filesystems, so they made this partition fat32 so that both the Vox and a windows computer could easily mount it.
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