On Tuesday, April 30, 2002, at 09:51 , Bernd Kuemmerlen wrote:

> Now it seems that this problem should have been fixed in Mac OS X
> 10.1.3, at least there's a technote that mentions this problem
> <http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn2043.html> was fixed. Also,
> the related bug in
> <http://www.opensource.apple.com/bugs/X/UFS/2805397.html> has been
> closed some time ago.

With 10.1.4, I still have the old (ie, uncorrected) version of
The bug being closed apparently just means that it is fixed in CVS
(since 5 months already...)
So the only way I know is to build xfree86 on an HFS+ partition _
or to rebuild the relevant part of your system from CVS. Although
I'm toying with the idea, it doesn't seem obvious, since
a) It is the structure itself of the inodes that's changed _ you'll
want to understand fully what's going to happen if you use this
on an existing file system...
b) What are exactly all programs and libs that directly or
indirectly include inode.h ?

Ideas welcome...

J F Mertens

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