Olaf Fra;czyk wrote:
On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 16:41, Steve Lord wrote:
XFS does not have a native way, there has been someone working on a
case insensitive XFS, but that involved changing the hash algorithm
XFS uses internally and on the disk, so it would not help here.
Is it in active development or it has been dropped?
Or you know a case-insensitive filesystem for linux with journaling?
Really, I cant see a good reason for porting Microsoft
"case insensitive filenames bug" into a really good
Have you any other reason for such a change ?
Olaf, could I suggest you something:
dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/MyISOImages/image01.img
losetup /dev/loop0 /MyISOImages/image01.img
mount /dev/loop0 /mnt/myarch01
Another way is to copy files to a xfs, rename all
files and directories to a smallcase letters.
Then write a module with "hook" for the open()
call. This call should work in two steps:
call open.original without case change, if success return
if failed again call open() with case changed to small.
Should be quick and simple and most important
doesent require change in a big well tuned code.