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Questions about NTFS-3G porting for ucos 
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Joined: Wed Nov 23, 2011 09:11
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Post Questions about NTFS-3G porting for ucos
Hi,

I am preparing to porting NTFS-3G for my embedded project base on ucos.
As my understanding so far, it seems that the FUSE API such as fuse_lib_read, fuse_lib_write and so on are not needed.
And I can use NTFS-3G API such as ntfs_fuse_mkdir, ntfs_fuse_unlink and so on directly.
The VFS interface is the wrapper of the NTFS-3G API.
For example, the VFS layer function of my platform VFS_opendir can call ntfs_fuse_opendir directly instead of calling fuse_lib_opendir.
Am I right?
Thanks for any advice.

Regards,
Ryan


Tue Nov 29, 2011 04:24
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Post Re: Questions about NTFS-3G porting for ucos
I mean, what should I do to deal with FUSE?
For I don't need the user space file system, and I don't need the realization of the kernel FUSE module.
But I found the ntfs-3g API and fuse functions are mixed together, do I have the chance to extract the ntfs-3g api for my purpose?


Wed Nov 30, 2011 08:34
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Post Re: Questions about NTFS-3G porting for ucos
Hi,

Quote:
I mean, what should I do to deal with FUSE?
For I don't need the user space file system, and I don't need the realization of the kernel FUSE module.

So, throw them away.
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But I found the ntfs-3g API and fuse functions are mixed together, do I have the chance to extract the ntfs-3g api for my purpose?

You probably can, but you have to fill the gap between your vfs and ntfs-3g. Also note there are two api's to ntfs-3g (ntfs-3g and lowntfs-3g), select the one which is the most similar to what your vfs expects.

Regards

Jean-Pierre


Wed Nov 30, 2011 09:40
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Post Re: Questions about NTFS-3G porting for ucos
Thanks for your reply, jean. I probably know how to do.


Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:04
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