Geraldo, it is ages that kernel is compatible with FAT32... what do you mean?

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2009/8/25 Geraldo Netto <geraldone...@gmail.com>:
> Hi,
>
> I hope it helps Eric
> http://www.daniel-baumann.ch/software/dosfstools/
> *  2009-07-27: releasing 3.0.5 - bugfix and cleanup for VFAT patent
> avoidance kernel patch
> * 2009-07-21: releasing 3.0.4 - compatible with VFAT patent avoidance
> kernel patch, bugfix in dosfsck repair mode
> * 2009-05-18: releasing 3.0.3 - supporting limited-memory embedded systems
> * 2009-02-28: releasing 3.0.2 - fixes rare dosfsck corruption
> * 2008-11-23: releasing 3.0.1 - improves dosfsck cluster handling,
> fixes timing issues
> * 2008-09-28: releasing 3.0.0 - Initial release of revived upstream
>
> btw, what about fat32 support on kernel?
>
> See Ya,
>
> Geraldo
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>
> 2009/8/25 Eric Auer <e.a...@jpberlin.de>:
>>
>> Hi Marcos,
>>
>>> (2) The previous version of DEFRAG crashed, with loss of files, when
>>> there was something wrong in the hard drive which DOSFSCK had not been
>>> able to fix.
>>>
>>> And speaking of disk checking, I haven't had much luck with DOSFSCK
>>> either, and still less with CHKDSK. Both crashed with loss of files in
>>> different occasions. As a result I'm now wary of using either, and
>>> when I occasionally do run DOSFSCK I get apprehensive.
>>>
>>> All my hard drives are FAT16...
>>
>> Please give some examples of things going wrong with dosfsck.
>> Note that it has a - recommended - two pass mode where all
>> changes are only simulated, then it checks again and lets
>> you decide whether to actually write changes to disk  :-).
>>
>> Make sure you use the current version 2.11c to avoid issues
>> with swapping to disk, in particular if you have little RAM.
>> You should have HIMEM or HIMEMX or similar loaded, of course.
>>
>> Eric
>>
>> PS: I know there is dosfsck 3.0.1 for Linux, but afair the
>> diff to 2.11 is sort of big, hard to merge into the DOS port?
>>
>>
>>
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