New answers tagged ext3
I assume you want to create an ext3 filesystem (why "MBR"). You probably want an inode size of 128 bytes, not bits, right? The default inode size is 256 bytes. The command to create filesystems, mke2fs, has an option to specify the inode size. Use something like this to create a filesystem: mke2fs -t ext3 -I 128 /dev/sdXX From man mke2fs: -I ...
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