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Re: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) vs. Mac OS Extended (Case-Sensitive / Journaled)
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Re: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) vs. Mac OS Extended (Case-Sensitive / Journaled)

At 12:08 PM -0400 10/12/04, Joseph Peter Ptaszynski wrote:

What are the pros and cons to having the boot drive Mac OS Extended (Journaled) vs. Mac OS Extended (Case-
Sensitive / Journaled) ?

It's one of those questions where if you have to ask you probably don't need to use it. If you need a case-sensitive filesystem, then it it doesn't matter what the cons are.

But unless you have a specific requirement you probably shouldn't use Case-Sensitive.


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