Re: ifos9660 in 2.0.30

Tue, 20 May 1997 00:36:35 -0700 (PDT)

Well, at this point I'm positive of the source of this problem. The problem
is in the raid1-5 patch. For some reason all (ALL) the filesystem
extentions fail as modules with the raid patch install. Sorry about the
confusion - I've never tried to use "ifos9660" and "ios9660" did not work as
a module with the raid1 patch installed. (Nor did MSDOS).

So - there is no problem with the Linux kernel at this user's site.

On Tue, 20 May 1997, Jacques Gelinas wrote:
> On Mon, 19 May 1997, Egor Egorov wrote:
> > On Fri, 16 May 1997, ATF wrote:
> > > Just wanted to make sure someone reports this. If you have ifos9660 as
> > > a module, the kernel says that ifos9660 isn't a supported file system when
> > > you try to mount a cd. It works when you don't use the module. Also it
> > > worked in 2.0.29 as a module.
> > It does not work with 2.0.29. As with every linux kernel version. Guess why.
[Gee - wisdom from the feebleminded. Thanks pal.]
> ???
> It is working here with 2.0.30 and with any other previous release. For
> sure I am running kerneld which load it on demand.
> For sure the filesystem type is iso9660, not ifos9660. The module itself
> is called isofs.
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