Topic: Editing default mkfs arguments
I got a new 6T hard drive for Christmas that will be used to store some
ripped Blu-Rays. I know I'm going to have (relatively) few files that
are (relativel) large, approx 5G each. Because of that, I know
I want to call mkfs.ext4 with "-T largefile4"
In the past, I've always used cfdisk and mkfs on the command line to partition
new hard drives.
I thought I'd try out gparted for an easier interface. I gave it a try,
but I couldn't see any way to change the default behavior of
of how mkfs is called. So I went back to the command line to
do the job.
Is there any way I could have used gparted and somehow changed the
way mkfs was called (to include "-T largefile" as well as other arguments,
like "-m 0")?