CDFS, also known as ISO 9660, is a read-only file system used primarily in data optical disks, such as compact disks or DVDs. Its HelenOS support was integrated in 2011 and is based on Jiri Kavalik's code for the Operating Systems course at MFF UK, and contains editions and improvements done by Martin Decky.

Supported features:

  • Joliet extension (Unicode long filenames)
  • Multisession disks (automatically mount FS from last session)

Unsupported features:

  • Rock Ridge Extension (UN*X file attributes like mode, user, group)
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