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SubjectRe: linux on HFS? why not HPFS instead?
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On Thu, 2 May 1996, Simon Karpen wrote:

karpens} However, this is obviously a pretty long way off as we don't even yet
karpens} have read-write HPFS support yet.
I had assumed that the reason for no HPFS write support was that IBM or whoever
would not release data, or something. I assumed that, since there wasn't even an
experimental, dangerous, guaranteed-to-trash-your-filesystem read/write HPFS.

Oh well, it would make more sense to have ext2fs for OS/2, since there are now
so many more Linux users than OS/2.

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