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Ubuntu's ZFS Installation Work Will Continue Into The 20.04 LTS Cycle

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  • #21
    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    I just meant the bootloader features crap, having to be particular about kernel updates in case the module doesn't compile, no support with Dolphin/KDE and other little things like that, dealing with IO schedulers and udev rules, possibly having to compile and maintain it yourself since very few distributions provide it, etc.
    That's tangential to ZFS, Any time you try to do something the distro isn't designed for you get into instability and issues.

    Ever tried setting up a distro in a dm-integrity volume? Fun and games.



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    • #22
      Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
      That's tangential to ZFS, Any time you try to do something the distro isn't designed for you get into instability and issues.

      Ever tried setting up a distro in a dm-integrity volume? Fun and games.
      Agreed.

      No, and that sounds about as fun and exciting as watching paint dry.


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      • #23
        Stop being a cuck, and kick GRUB to the curb!

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        • #24
          Originally posted by scineram View Post
          Stop being a cuck, and kick GRUB to the curb!
          What's the new alternative these days?

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