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    Ext3 and FreeSwan/IPSEC for potato
    Contributed by ErrGe on Sunday, October 14 @ 09:49:45 BST

    File Systems
    I made an e2fsprogs and freeswan backport available with a 2.4.12-ac1 (with ext3) kernel patched with freeswan-1.91. This is how I now have a stable filesystem with a fix IP address 😉 You can find info here. This is a step by step howto, with apt sources, it's easy! Probe out ext3 today 😉

     
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