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Date:      Wed, 7 Feb 1996 11:08:16 -1000
From:      "Peter Stubbs" <peters@staidan.qld.edu.au>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   reading ufs from OS/2
Message-ID:  <4C7B802361D@aidan.staidan.qld.edu.au>

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Hi all,

I've just seen an announcement in comp.os2.announce of a free .ifs for 
OS/2 to be able to read & write to linux partitions.

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ext2-os2.ifs is a file system driver that allows OS/2 to seamlessly
access Linux native partitions (ext2fs partitions) in both read and
write modes. Once installed, Linux partitions appear as standard OS/2
drive letters, one per Linux partition.
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ENDQUOTE

How alien is the linux file system from the FBSD one? Would it work?
It would be nice if it did!

Cheers,
Peter


Peter Stubbs, St Aidan's AGS.
ph +61-07-3379-9911, fax +61-07-3379-9432



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