DragonflyBSD, FAT32 and the interoperability
kusumi.tomohiro at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 12:04:51 PDT 2015
for the ext2 part, there hasn't been much progress since i've been busy
lately, but there seems to be several bugs that need to get fixed.
freebsd has ext2 implementation that got rid of gpl code (code directly
from linux kernel) and if anyone would/can port it to dfly, then we could
abandon sys/gnu/vfs/ext2fs too.
2015-07-07 3:32 GMT+09:00 M M <micman857 at yahoo.com>:
> In spite of the big and fast development of DFBSD, this last one is still
> very limited for what concerns the interoperability and/or the exchange of
> data among different operating systems an their own file systems. For this
> reason, I had created an ext2 partition to share my stocked data among
> DFBSD, Linux and Windows. But now I realize that under DFBSD also the ext2
> file system is not (easy) accessible, though and because of there is a work
> en progress (see here:
> https://linuxfr.org/news/dragonfly-bsd-4-2#tmpfs-et-ext2). In
> consequence, I consider to change my ext2 partition in a fat32 partition
> reformatting it, and after I'll copy all my data in this place from the
> data storage that I use for backup, an external hard disk. But in order
> to avoid surprises, I would be sur that the fat32 file system is totally
> accessible (read-write) under DFBSD.
> Thank you in advance.
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