UDF Filesystem as replacement to FAT*, ISO9660, and other Filesystems.
toby.smithe at gmail.com
Sun Nov 12 10:36:34 GMT 2006
You need to:
a) Write a spec. It's pretty much too late for Feisty.
b) Here and in that spec, tell us the benefits udf has over, say, ext3.
On Sun, 2006-11-12 at 18:33 +0800, Joel Bryan Juliano wrote:
> On 11/12/06, Florian Zeitz <Florian.Zeitz at gmx.de> wrote:
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> Joel Bryan Juliano wrote:
> > UDF stands for "Universal Disk Format", An implimentation of
> > 13346, and also known as ECMA-167 that is originally
> specified for
> > DVD. UDF provides compatibility across different operating
> > and because of that, it's quickly becoming the new
> > standard format for all types of data storage,
> > UDF will be increasingly useful in the upcomming years,
> notably, the
> > release of Blu-Ray Holographic Disk will use UDF, and it's
> > accessibility is available on Windows Vista for both read
> > access, this ensures total compatibility across other
> > system, since Linux 2.6 support read+write already.
> > I'm wondering, will UDF be a part of Feisty? I just hope the
> use of
> > this format will have a +10 high priority points in this
> > Regards,
> > Joel
> As you say yourself Linux 2.6 already has read and write
> support for
> UDF. Ubuntu uses a Linux 2.6 kernel, so it has UDF support,
> thus UDF is
> "a part of" Ubuntu since the beginning as far as I remember.
> What else would you want?
> I'm suggesting the integration of the desktop to easily create and
> make use of the filesystem, because it's possible for a floppy disk to
> be formatted with UDF, as well as HD and Flash Disks, Currently,
> udftools must be grabbed from the repository to be able to create udf
> filesystems, and mounting a UDF disk must require root priviledges to
> gain read+write permissions. The technology is not yet totally
> accessible for the users,
> Don't let your future genes deteriorate..
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