hfs_fs version 0.8.2 released

Paul H. Hargrove hfs-interest@ccs.neu.edu
Fri, 28 Mar 1997 22:03:48 -0800 (PST)


I am beginning to feel like a broken record...

I am pleased to announce that version 0.8.2 of hfs_fs is now available
for immediate download from the HFS for Linux Page at
<http://www-sccm.Stanford.EDU/~hargrove/HFS/>.

It is also available (or soon will be) from Sunsite (and its many
mirrors) in <ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/ALPHA/hfs/>.

VERSIONS 0.8 AND 0.8.1 CONTAINED A BUG THAT MAY HAVE CAUSED THE LOSS
OF BLOCKS WHEN FRAGMENTED FILES WERE DELETED.  IF YOU USED THESE
VERSIONS TO DELETE FILES THEN YOU SHOULD RUN EITHER Norton Utilities
OR Disk First Aid UNDER MacOS TO RECOVER ANY LOST BLOCKS.  USERS OF
PREVIOUS VERSIONS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO UPGRADE IMMEDIATELY.

hfs_fs 0.8.2 is a kernel loadable module implementing the Macintosh HFS
filesystem for Linux kernel versions 2.0.1 and newer.  Note that it is
for local media only; it is not an AppleShare client.

Since the 0.8 release hfs_fs is fully read-write.

For those of you running AppleShare servers on your Linux machine
(Netatalk or CAP), this software is a perfect way to mount Macintosh
CDROMs on your Linux machine for export to your Macs.

Thanks for the bug reports.
Too bad none of you found these bugs in the pre-release versions. :-(

The LSM entry for this package is:
Begin3
Title:		hfs_fs
Version:	0.8.2
Entered-Date:	28MAR1997
Description:	Source for a kernel loadable module implementing the
		Macintosh HFS filesystem for kernels 2.0.1 and newer.
		This is not an AppleShare client.
Author:		hargrove@sccm.Stanford.EDU (Paul H. Hargrove)
Primary-Site:	http://www-sccm.Stanford.EDU/~hargrove/HFS/
		166126 bytes hfs_fs-0.8.2.tar.gz
Alternate-Site:	ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/ALPHA/hfs/
		166126 bytes hfs_fs-0.8.2.tar.gz
Copying-Policy:	GPL
Keywords:	HFS macintosh filesystem kernel module
End

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