ASFS filesystem driver 1.0 Beta 12
ASFS is a filesystem driver for the Linux kernel that adds support for the Amiga SmartFileSystem
ASFS is a filesystem driver for the Linux kernel that adds support for the Amiga SmartFileSystem. ASFS filesystem driver supports both read and write, however, write support is in an early beta stage.
ASFS - Amiga Smart File System - Linux implementation
Version 1.0beta8 in "read-only mode" should be considered as the lasted stable version of ASFS driver.
It is available for Linux kernel version 2.6.x.
From version 1.0 there is also full write support. Use it with care. It is in EXPERIMETAL stage and COULD be DANGEROUS.
Remember! YOU USE THIS DRIVER AT YOUR OWN RISK. Read included docs for
What's New in This Release:
The code was updated to match changes in the VFS of Linux kernel 2.6.19.
linux kernel write support for the filesystem driver
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