What file systems does your Linux Support?

Linux supports several file systems. Primarily it operates off of the .ex file system family. this includes .ex2 and .ex3 file systems.

Additionally Linux has support for storage of files based on the FAT32 file system.

We use .ex3 as our file system.

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