First, I would like to say my apologies if this is in the wrong section, or violates any excess rules applied to he forums. I'm currently on LHD-5, off the coast of Haiti, so my bandwidth is limited, restricting my viewing. Having said so, i haven't had a chance to read the forum basics in their entirety. My apologies if i violate something, i mean no offense.

Just a passing thought i was wondering about, would it be possible to (or are we already capable of) implement ext4 as the file system type for the casper-rw on a persistent implementation of BT4. I have it currently on a jump drive, but am having some issues with it reading slowly, and one of my friends made a passing mention of ext4 having some improved performance in relation to speed, so i was just wondering. Having said so, there does seem to be a bit of a community out there against ext4, with some of it's glitches, so I'm not sure if you would even want to implement it.

Just a thought. Thanks for taking the time to read, and have a wonderful day.