i like to format my linux partitions with
mkfs.ext4 -m 2 -O ^has_journal,extent,..............etc
this is being rejected as incorrect switches by the new install shell when they are valid params,
Please post the complete command you are using...
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mkfs.ext4 -L arch -m 2 -O ^has_journal,extent,sparse_super,^resize_inode,filetype,dir_index,flex_bg /dev/sda3
but its the -O options its complaining about, probably ^has_journal
Last edited by gemma (2012-08-30 14:50:14)
Quote the command-line, to avoid the shell interpreting the circumflex as a negation operator, as the default shell is zsh with extended globbing enabled...
I had a similar issue and this thread came up in a google search. FWIW, mhertz's suggestion (I quoted just the options string) worked for me.
Last edited by alphaniner (2013-01-31 15:18:46)
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