Announcing the release of mkdosfs version 0.3b (Yggdrasil) It seems I didn't get the bug completely fixed in 0.3a. Some borderline cases would still allocate too many sectors for the FAT. Again, nothing to worry about, just a nitpick -- this one would only in certain cases add one sector per FAT. Announcing the release of mkdosfs version 0.3a (Yggdrasil) Fixed a bug which would cause too many sectors to be reserved for the FAT (filesystem will still work fine, but have slightly less space available). Announcing the release of mkdosfs version 0.3 (Yggdrasil) This version correctly handles even very large filesystems, and properly supports the modern (3.3+) DOS bootsector format, including a message printed on boot attempts. Peter Anvin Yggdrasil Computing, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org -------------- Announcing the release of mkdosfs version 0.2 I've just uploaded mkdosfs to sunsite.unc.edu. It works in a similar way to Remy Card's mke2fs, but creates an MS-DOS file system. The filename is mkdosfs-0.2.tar.gz. This second release should fix a small bug that could lead to FAT sizes that Linux's dosfs would accept but MS-DOS wouldn't. The archive contains a manual page, binary and source versions. Dave Hudson email@example.com
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