vfat broken in 2.6.10?

John Richard Moser nigelenki at comcast.net
Thu Mar 24 12:51:18 CST 2005

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OGAWA Hirofumi wrote:
> John Richard Moser <nigelenki at comcast.net> writes:
>>It appears dosfsck may not be working quite right.  I've taken this into
>>account, hence the second pass after each fsck.  This is either a
>>dosfsck issue, a usb-storage issue for the PNY compact flash drive, or
>>an issue with vfat itself.
>>So either LKML needs to fix the drivers, or Ubuntu needs to upgrade/fix
>>dosfsck or some patch they've applied to the kernel.
> Can you try http://user.parknet.co.jp/hirofumi/tmp/fatfsprogs.tar.bz2,
> or most recently released dosfstools (2.11 or later)?

I would really, but I haven't mastered creating debian packages yet; on
Gentoo I just wrote ebuilds whenever I wanted to test something, then
uninstalled it if it broke.  Maybe someone else can do it. . . .

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