NTFS filesystem features -> WONTFIX?
paul.vriens.wine at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 03:41:52 CDT 2009
Ben Klein wrote:
> 2009/4/6 Chris Robinson <chris.kcat at gmail.com>:
>> On Sunday 05 April 2009 6:45:42 pm Ben Klein wrote:
>>> That might be fine for mount points and mountable devices, but how
>>> could you accurately determine the filesystem type for an arbitrary
>>> directory like $HOME/.wine/drive_c?
>> Expand it (eg. $HOME -> /home/<user>), resolve all symlinks, then see which
>> active mount points that falls into. The mount point with the longest name
>> would then be the mount point/partition to use. Eg:
>> Drive path for C:
>> $HOME/.wine/dosdrives/c: -> /home/user/.wine/dosdrives/c: ->
>> Available fs mount points:
>> / -> /dev/sda3
>> /home -> /dev/sda4
>> /boot -> /dev/sda1
>> /mnt/cdrom -> /dev/hda1
>> Matching mount points that /home/user/.wine/drive_c exists in and are active:
>> Mount point with the longest name:
>> Thus, C: is on /home, which is /dev/sda4.
> Easier said than done. Care to write and submit a patch? :)
Well, a 'df -T /home/user/.wine/drive_c' shows you the mountpoint and filesystem
type (on Linux that is, not sure if '-T' is available in *nix).
Even 'df -T /home/user/.wine/dosdevices/c:' will give you the correct mountpoint
and filesystem type.
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