Yes, there is no problem. Beware however about some oddnesses in
zlibc. For instance, when you stat a (zlibc) compressed file, you
will probably see it as a regular file. When you open it for reading,
you can get a pipe instead of a truly regular file. Programs that set
inode flags (e.g.
chattr) don't like that.
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