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Old 28th April 2016
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Kenneth Westerback replied today to my post to bug mailing list about subject:
Re: ext2fs, maybe fsck, bug in current 5.9 beta

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I think my recent commits to ext2fs have fixed this and related issues.

.... Ken
I haven't tested this yet.
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Indeed you were mentioned today in Ken's report to the OpenBSD Journal.

My udfclient port was committed, and is in the latest snapshot packages.

I am now working on kernel changes to support 512-byte sector devices for mount_udf(8). At the moment, I can get mount_udf to work with 512-byte sector devices, but not both 512 and 2048-byte sector devices in the same kernel. Once I have that, 'll need to add 4096-byte sector device support. (This would be child's play for a kernel developer. But I think I can still do it, though I am obviously no developer.)
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