Good HPFS links:
iHPFS makes possible for OS/2 users to use their HPFS partitions
when they boot plain DOS. The HPFS partition is assigned a drive
letter, and can be accessed like any DOS drive.iHPFS is restricted
to read-only access.
This program is no longer being developed, because author doesn't
use OS/2. If you are willing to maintain the program, let him know.
- Homepage: ?
- Author: Robert Muchsel <
email@example.com> (this e-mail doesn't work)
- Access: Read-only
- License: Shareware ($23)
This driver is part of Linux kernel (2.1.x+). It can read and write to HPFS
partions. Access rights and owner can be stored
in extended attributes. Few bugs in original read-only HPFS are corrected.
It supports HPFS386 on Warp Server Advanced.
If you have kernel with HPFS support, say "Y"es to 'OS/2 HPFS filesystem
support' in Filesystems submenu. Then recompile kernel using 'make dep bzImage',
reboot and try to mount your HPFS partition (e.g. mount /dev/hda2 /mnt -t hpfs).
Driver allows to mount HPFS volume into Unix namespace.
ReadOnly access is only supported for now.
This program will edit the Windows NT registry and enable HPFS support.
Pinball.sys is the HPFS filesystem driver for Windows NT.
It can be found on NT 3.5x's CD-ROM. Microsoft no longer supports HPFS.
Installing this program will void your warranty and possibly the license
HPFS driver for Windows NT 4.0
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