Little piece of the ext4 explanation

Submitted by gwolf on Sat, 05/17/2014 - 16:34
Little piece of the ext4 explanation

After the projector blew up at the beginning of the class, all of the exposition had to be directly in Kaz's laptop screen...

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The credit for this image goes to M. Tim Jones, Consultant Engineer, Emulex Corp. and was used only with explanatory purposes (

I will add a bibliography for your students and send it ASAP so they have an idea where they can start in the case they require to develop drivers.

Best Regards!

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Good reference!

Thanks for your attention to detail.

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