A few weeks ago I was talking with a colleague about Linux file systems. There are several file systems supported by the Linux operating system some of which have been created for it (e.g., Ext2, Ext3, Ext4) and other by different vendors (e.g., FAT, FAT32, HFS, MINIX, NTFS, System V, BSD).
Every time I run into MINIX it brings up good old memories. It was used at school to teach operating systems. I purchase a book that came with a copy of the OS. It could boot in a regular PC. Continue reading “I-Node Ext2 Linux File System”