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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?
Rob Landley wrote:

> > Well..considering that this stuff is already supported in three of the
> > filesystems Linux supports (although Linux itself doesn't), it makes
> > reasonable sense that this stuff should go kernel-side. Even if the more
> > generic stuff lies in userland, you've still got to have kernel-side stuff
> > in order to handle existing filesystems' implementations.
>
> Only if we're going to actually USE the data. Otherwise, mtools like
> utilities for when we have to fiddle with this data for the other OS's
> benefit (archiving it, etc) make about as much sense to me.

Eeeewww.. making SAMBA and Netatalk work
with "mtools" would certainly be ugly...

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