* Gregg Levine <gregg.drwho8(a)gmail.com> [060725 04:03]:
However one question: How do I make use of the grubfs
example I came across the usual files that I see when I build a
release of Grub-Legacy, and those make sense, (Those are the ones that
start with fsys.) but I saw there one called grubfs.o . These were
seen in the target subdirectory inside and inside the subdirectory fs
and then inside one called (what else?) grubfs. Are these for the one
No. I used grubfs as the umbrella term for all the filesystems I
imported from (legacy) grub. The reason I used these fs drivers was
they are small and easy to include in own projects. The grub2 fs
drivers supported a lot less filesystems, so I never added support to
include these drivers as well.
Except for zfs there's probably enough filesystems in openbios by now..
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