Re: Okay, that's too much now!
On Sep 6, 2015, at 9:48 AM, Martin Read <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 06/09/15 16:11, Doug wrote:
>> Perhaps BCD can read a DOS file. It's the _other_ way I'm thinking of. I
>> want to be able to access BCD from Linux or Windows, and vice-versa--
>> access Linux and/or Windows from BCD. Anybody know if this is possible,
>> and if so, how?
> Read/write support for UFS has been availabe in the Linux kernel for quite some time, and casual inspection of my Debian GNU/Linux jessie system suggests that the UFS kernel module is available in the standard Debian kernel packages.
I must be missing something. Why would anybody need to read/write files in the format of another OS?
I have Macs and Linux. Whenever I want to transfer something around the house, I use SCP. Around the country, it's usually an email attachment or rsync over SSH. I've never even thought of pulling a disk out of one machine to read it on another. Not since the floppy days, anyway.
What have I overlooked? Why does that capability even exist on an OS? Reformatted thumb drives?