[oi-dev] ntfs-3g and fuse
jean-pierre.andre at wanadoo.fr
Tue Feb 28 11:29:32 UTC 2012
I am posting them to you in a private mail, this
is a 31K file.
Gordon Ross wrote:
> Hi Jean-Pierre,
> Thanks for your work on the OpenSolaris fuse implementation.
> I integrated your previous patches into a repository based on my
> previously published "skeleton" workspace, so that it can be more
> easily built as it would be if integrated into illumos. That's here:
> As I recall, when I did that I had to go hunting for your patches.
> Could you please provide me with pointers to unified diffs
> relative to either the latest OpenSolaris fuse or your version
> 1.0AC.3? If you can, I'll integrate (and probably clean up the
> lint/cstyle issues again:)
> 2012/2/28 Jean-Pierre André<jean-pierre.andre at wanadoo.fr>:
>> I am now releasing the fuse kernel module for OpenIndiana. Ntfs-3g
>> now fully passes the standard tests with this kernel module and without
>> need of the workarounds I had to insert earlier to cope with the bad
>> behavior of the fuse kernel module originated from OpenSolaris.
>> A few optimizations would still be useful. I might have a look at them
>> if there is enough demand.
>> Available on http://b.andre.pagesperso-orange.fr/openindiana-ntfs-3g.html
>> are three packages ready for use :
>> - a full ntfs-3g package in 32-bit mode with the fuse-lite library
>> and ntfsprogs
>> - a full ntfs-3g package in 64-bit mode with the fuse-lite library
>> and ntfsprogs
>> - a fuse kernel module package for both the 32-bit and 64-bit modes
>> The raw source files (not packaged according to OpenIndiana
>> standards) are also available there.
>> I am keeping these files available on line for some time. I also keep
>> the change sets available to whoever enters the source code of the
>> fuse kernel module into a public source code management
>> Jean-Pierre André wrote:
>>> Milan Jurik wrote:
>>>> Hi Jean-Pierre,
>>>> Jean-Pierre ANDRE píše v út 24. 01. 2012 v 15:16 +0100:
>>>>> As a maintainer of ntfs-3g, I have received bug reports on OpenIndiana.
>>>>> Digging into them, I found there were almost all caused by the buggy fuse
>>>>> kernel module, which nobody seems to care about. So I had to do it
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