grub supports ext4 just fine
Yes. And it is all working fine.
Originally Posted by Melchior
It's not experimental any more, either.
Personally I would NOT trust a near-experimental Filesystem to boot from.
Apart from the kernel developers wanting to remove the ext2 and ext3 legacy filesystems? Apparently, ext4's backwards compatibility with existing ext2 and ext3 partitions is thought to be enough, which makes the original ext2 and ext3 modules an overhead of code maintenance.
Whats wrong with a small EXT2 only '/boot' partition?
I'll use whichever grub ships with Fedora
Trying to do anything else would be madness.
Originally Posted by Kano