OperaFS 1.1

OperaFS is a Linux implementation of the Opera file system, which is the file system used on 3DO CD-ROM's.
OperaFS is a Linux implementation of the Opera file system, which is the file system used on 3DO CD-ROM's.

Mount options

uid=< uid > use < uid > as the user id of all directory entries
(defaults to the user mounting the file system)
gid=< gid > use < gid > as the group id of all directory entries
(defaults to the user mounting the file system)
fmask=< mask > apply < mask > to the permissions of all files
(defaults to the umask of the user performing the mount)
dmask=< mask > apply < mask > to the permissions of all directories
(defaults to the umask of the user performing the mount)
umask=< mask > apply < mask > to the permissions of all files and
directories.
(defaults to the umask of the user performing the mount)
showspecial make special directory entries such as the
volume label and a possible "catapult" file available
as normal files.
hidespecial do not make special directory entries such as the
volume label and a possible "catapult" file available
as normal files. This is the default.


Usage:

compile it with make -C /path/to/kernel_sources M=$PWD modules
(as root) insmod operafs.ko

Now you can mount Opera file systems like any other file system.

What's New in This Release:

The project has been updated to work with newer versions of the Linux kernel.
It is functionally equivalent to 1.0b2.
It has been verified to work on 2.6.23.1.

last updated on:
May 29th, 2008, 10:55 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Serge van den Boom
homepage:
www.stack.nl
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Filesystems

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