is there any possibility (like a "filesystem-wrapper") to use ext in an case-insensitive way?
I'd like to try linux/ubuntu, but when I first tried years ago this was one of the biggest "disadvantages" i noticed and return to win 7.
Since I dont like win 8, I think about giving a second chance to linux.
I DON'T want to start a discussion about case-sensitivity beeing a good or a bad thing. I want to type a Filename the way I like (with some letter upper case) but be able to access them quickly using lower case and auto-completion.
If you think case-sensitivity is better - I don't care. In my eyes it produces a) a bad usability or b) ugly filenames.
If linux is so great and configureable and so on, this should not be a very tough "fix", right?
PS: Sure, I can use FAT32 - but that is not realy a solution.