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From: ch...@hip-hop.suvl.ca.us (Chris Mason)
Subject: Linux reads coherent?
Organization: Hip-Hop BBS, Sunnyvale, CA (408-737-8300)
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1993 04:50:03 GMT
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Does Anyone know how I can get Linux to read Coherent
File systems?  I remember seeing someone was looking for volunteers
to try a patch to the linux kernel to do this.  Where is the patch
and how to I apply it?  Please speak slowly and verbosely.

Thanks.
ch...@hip-hop.suvl.ca.us

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From: torva...@klaava.Helsinki.FI (Linus Torvalds)
Newsgroups: comp.os.coherent
Subject: Re: Linux reads coherent?
Date: 3 Oct 1993 15:30:40 +0200
Organization: University of Helsinki
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In article <CDy2rG....@hip-hop.suvl.ca.us>,
Chris Mason <ch...@hip-hop.suvl.ca.us> wrote:
>Does Anyone know how I can get Linux to read Coherent
>File systems?  I remember seeing someone was looking for volunteers
>to try a patch to the linux kernel to do this.  Where is the patch
>and how to I apply it?  Please speak slowly and verbosely.

There are patches on ma2s2.mathematik.uni-karlsruhe.de by Bruno Haible
that should make you able to read/write coherent filesystems under linux
(along with some other sysv formats).  Check the directory
/pub/linux/sysvfs, and in case of problems, mail me or Bruno
(hai...@ma2s2.mathematik.uni-karlsruhe.de). 

		Linus

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