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From: Mofeed Shahin <sha...@labf.org>
Subject: UDF FileSystem.
Date: 1999/08/23
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G'day all,

Just a little curious as to when/if UDF support will be included in the
main kernel?

It appears that there already exists the patch for the kernel at :

http://www.trylinux.com/projects/udf/index.html

Are there any problems with it ?

Cheers Mof.


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Subject: Re: UDF FileSystem.
Date: 1999/08/23
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On Mon, Aug 23 1999, Mofeed Shahin wrote:
> 
> G'day all,
> 
> Just a little curious as to when/if UDF support will be included in the
> main kernel?
> 
> It appears that there already exists the patch for the kernel at :
> 
> http://www.trylinux.com/projects/udf/index.html
> 
> Are there any problems with it ?

It works fine here. I think the reason that they are not pushing
to get it included in the standard kernel yet, is that the main
use for UDF is with CD/DVD writable devices. And that isn't
quite done yet - but it is a work in progress. A quick estimate
for a working alpha patch is sometime next month. Take a look
at my page, I'll post progress reports there.

-- 
*  Jens Axboe <ax...@image.dk>
*  Linux CD-ROM Maintainer
*  http://www.kernel.dk

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