Mark Hounschell wrote:
> Thanks, I can now mount affs filesystems. However when I try to write
> to it via "cp somefile /amiga/somefile" I get a segmentation fault. If
> I then do a "df -h" it hangs the system very much like the mount command
> did before I installed your tar-ball. Was write support expected from
Yes, it should work.
What sort of filesystem is it (ffs or ofs)? Did you check the dmesg
output for an oops? Which kernel version did you use?
> Are you the NEW maintainer of the affs stuff.
Yes and as soon this problem is solved, I'm sending the changes to Linus
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