linuxrants7xpg, on 02 April 2013 - 03:21 PM, said:
waldojim, on 02 April 2013 - 02:38 PM, said:
In other words, you read what you wanted to:
No, really I didn't. That would be what you've done.
-> Closed without resolution. No proof that this was actually an issue with Linux/NTFS.
In other words "it doesn't count because that thread was closed, and someone else had to deal with it"...
Yeah.... that makes sense.
-> Problem "fixed" by reformatting FAT32. No real facts to say that this was required, just that the reformat fixed the issue. Simply reformatting to NFTS may have fixed the problem too. We don't know.
He dealt with the situation the same way I did. Quit pissing with it and find something that works.
-> No actual solution here, or nailing down of the real problem. Just a bunch of guesses on what may
be the issue.
Your examples aren't really examples. You just really want to find something to tie this issue to Linux, and you've got no proof (not even a reasonable assumption really) that Linux was the cause. You can't even come up with a verifiable case of Linux/NTFS file corruption.
Actually, it appears that you instead choose to ignore the problem because you feel you have the right to. Which is fine, you do have that right. However, the facts speak for themselves. In this case, you choose to ignore the fact that these people are not dealing with Windows hibernation, dealing with corrupted NTFS file systems, and moving away from NTFS under LINUX fixes the problem for these users.
I never bothered opening up a support case either. It wasn't worth my time. Not when it was easier to simply avoid the problem. Your reasoning is flawed, and you are stretching for excuses to not admit a fault. It is there, get over it.
And YOU are the one who claimed "Most seem to be issues where the Windows partition is written to when it's been hybernated.". I read the actual trouble descriptions. YOU OBVIOUSLY DID NOT take the time to do the same. This is obvious because of the "No I don't use hibernate in Windows" or "this happens during normal reboot cycles" or even "it is corrupting my USB drives".
Try reading before making stupid comments like that, and others won't have anything to come back on.
This post has been edited by waldojim: 02 April 2013 - 04:45 PM