[clug] case-insensitive file system

Sam Couter sam at couter.dropbear.id.au
Wed Jun 16 12:38:31 GMT 2004

Kim Holburn <kim.holburn at anu.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi,
> For a particular use I need a case-insensitive file system.  Short of 
> using samba and doing a remount, does anyone know of a way of doing 
> this under linux.  Is there an ext2/3 option to do this?  is there an 
> fs that can do this?

The FAT and NTFS filesystems both have options for this. I've done it
with a FAT filesystem before. Unfortunately I can't find the option I
used in the mount man page, nor can I remember what the option was
called. Helpful, no?
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