E2tools is a simple set of utilities for reading, writing, and manipulating files in an ext2/ext3 filesystem. Similar in concept to mtools, they are designed for machines that don't have ext2 support, but can also be used on Linux machines to read or write to disk images and floppies without having to mount them.
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Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs, and includes some simple documentation to clear up some confusion on how the tools can be used.
Release Notes: A fix in e2tail, and use of symlinks to help Debian packaging.
Release Notes: The e2tools package now uses an automake/autoconf build system to simplify building and installing the package. An updated .spec file is also included to make RPM creation easier.
Release Notes: This version adds a user requested feature to provide some of the functionality of tail, which includes the -f option to output appended data as the file grows.
No changes have been submitted for this release.