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Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of UDF


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Timestamp:
2012-07-12T09:51:02Z (7 years ago)
Author:
Martin Decky
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  • UDF

    v4 v5  
    11== UDF file system server ==
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    23=== 1 Current status ===
    34||= FS type =||= Reading =||= Writing =||
     
    910* Complete reading UDF plain disks
    1011* Complete and test reading Blu-ray disks
    11 * Complete support big-endian arch`s
     12* Complete support big-endian archs
    1213* Implement initial writing support for UDF plain disks
    1314
    1415=== 3 How to test ===
     16
    1517==== 3.1 Download sources from my branch ====
    1618{{{
     
    2426}}}
    2527
    26 
    27 ==== 3.3 Create udf disk image under Linux ====
    28 To create udf image under Linux you need to install package with [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ UDF utilities]. For example at Arch its [http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?K=udftools udftools]. The package should contain `mkudffs` tool.
     28==== 3.3 Create UDF disk image under Linux ====
     29To create UDF image under Linux you need to install package with [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ UDF utilities]. For example in Arch it's [http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?K=udftools udftools]. The package should contain the `mkudffs` tool.
    2930
    3031{{{
     
    3435You can also select media type: "hd" or "dvd" and blocksize: 512 or 2048 or something else.
    3536
    36 Unless you are overwriting already existing image, you need to create empty file first (otherwise you would get ''trying to change type of multiple extents'' error). Following creates 32M file:
     37Unless you are overwriting already existing image, you need to create an empty file first (otherwise you would get the ''trying to change type of multiple extents'' error). Following creates a 32M file:
     38
    3739{{{
    3840dd if=/dev/zero of=./udf.img bs=4096 count=8192
    3941}}}
    4042
    41 
    4243==== 3.4 Mount udf disk image under Linux ====
    43 You can mount udf image (from step 3.3) under your Linux host and copy several files in it.
     44You can mount the UDF image (from step 3.3) under your Linux host and copy several files into it.
    4445{{{
    4546mount -o loop -t udf ./udf.img /mnt/udf-mount-point
    4647}}}
    4748
    48 where `udf.img` - image from step 3.3
    49 
     49where `udf.img` is the image from step 3.3
    5050
    5151==== 3.5 Boot HelenOS with user disk image ====
    52 To boot HelenOS run qemu:
     52To boot HelenOS run QEMU:
    5353{{{
    5454qemu-system-i386 -m 512 -boot d -hda udf.img -cdrom image.iso
    5555}}}
    56 `udf.img` - udf disk image
    5756
     57`udf.img` is the UDF disk image
    5858
    5959==== 3.6 Mount user disk image under HelenOS ====
    60 In HelenOS run batch script to run udf server, ata server and mounting first ata disk as udf
     60In HelenOS run a batch script to run UDF server, ATA server and mount the first ATA disk as UDF.
    6161
    6262{{{
     
    6464}}}
    6565
    66 Then, go to /mnt directory:
     66Then, go to the /mnt directory:
    6767
    6868{{{