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LynxOS documentation say that uses a "Unix-like" file system . It says you can mount devices as file system, but doesn't state which are supported (e.g. EXT3, EXT4, etc).

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According to this article as well as this one, it supports the following:

  • Lynx Fast File system
  • Network File System (NFS)
  • RAM disk file system
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A couple follow up questions: - Is Lynx Fast file system proprietary? I'm guessing from the name that it is. - Is a RAM disk really a file system? Wikipedia gives the impression that you can put a variety of file systems on a RAM disk. – TylerS Nov 1 '13 at 18:53
    
@TylerS As for the RAM disk File system, I have no idea. For the Lynx Fast File system, I believe it's proprietary; the only thing I ever heard about it was that it was used in the space program. – Moses Nov 1 '13 at 19:34

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