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Re: What type of FS is there in GNU-HURD?

From: Tom Hart
Subject: Re: What type of FS is there in GNU-HURD?
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 09:14:29 -0600
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subodh bandhawakar wrote:
Hi All,

From following Link I came to know that object-oriented filesystem
can be implemented in GNU-HURD:-

I would like to know whether this has been taken up by anyone. If yes, then 
what progress has been made in this respect?
Where can I get the information about it? so that if I want to contribute how 
can I do that?

I haven't heard anything about an object-oriented fs. As the Hurd still needs a lot of work on basic things, I can't imagine that such an fs would be a priority. =)

Currently, the Hurd uses ext2fs and ufs. Support for the FAT file system is progressing.

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