A few attempts to get this in the kernel mainline then followed. It was a bruising experience and unsuccessful. But I am about to try again.
I am a bit more confident this time – not least because I have written some userland code which will allow anyone to test the filesystem out, whether they have a VMU or not: mkfs.vmufat is now available at GitHub – https://github.com/mcmenaminadrian/mkfs.vmufat/blob/master/mkfs.vmufat.c
Secondly I do think I am a better coder thanks to the MSc and have put some effort into fixing the filesystem code itself.
But we’ll see, hopefully tomorrow, how it goes down.
- One of those debugging nights (cartesianproduct.wordpress.com)
- Filesystem works (cartesianproduct.wordpress.com)
- Fan Made Sega Dreamcast Revival Has Me Wishing Sega Still Made Consoles (devicemag.com)
- Fedora puts back Btrfs deployment yet again (h-online.com)
- Maintenance of Linux kernel 2.6.32 is slowing down (h-online.com)