Add filesytem type NTFS to config

Tony Lambregts tony_lambregts at
Tue Jan 14 21:35:28 CST 2003

Francois Gouget wrote:

>On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Tony Lambregts wrote:
>>I am however curious what file system types the various implementations
>>of windows will return. These are the ones I am aware of:
>>HPFS (from OS2's  High Performance File System)
>>FAT  Floppies and older (small) hard drives
>>What else am I missing such as what does Novell or Samba  return for one
>>of thier mounted drives? What do DVD's report as thier file system on
>>windows?  What about zip drives and other removable drives? Any other
>>thing I missed?
>AFAIK, read-write CDs use a special filesystem so they probably get
>their own value. Samba probably reports whatever the share's underlying
>filesystem is (at least if the server is a Windows machine). I suspect
>zip drives just use what the user chooses, i.e. FAT or VFAT, maybe FAT32
>though that seems quite unnecessary given their limited size.

err... ahem.. Oh come on... I appreciate you want to help but... How do 
I say this nicely...

AFAICS you are just guessing. I can do that... but it is not a good way 
to build specs.  

I recall we got better specs on compile times.



Tony Lambregts

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