I guess that's one way of handling the power regressions: add a bigger problem and promise you'll fix it, hoping people will forget about the former. I know, power regressions are not Ubuntu's fault, but as one of the bigger distros based on the Linux kernel, there's nothing stopping them from lending a hand and/or providing a bit of feedback every now and then.
@DaemonFC: I have also used XFS trouble-free. But then I messed up the FAT and found out that there's a very thin selection of recovery software for XFS. Now I use XFS on the system partition and EXT on /home.
How will encrypted root partitions be mounted if there's no initrd (and therefore, no cryptsetup)? Or can the initrd be generated manually?
Canines are awesome, so EXT4 is awesome too?
Originally Posted by DaemonFC
I'm looking forward to BTRFS to prevent bit rot and keep my data pristine and flawless.