Projects / rfstool


RFSTOOL allows you to access ReiserFS partitions from a Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP system. It also allows you to access ReiserFS partitions from Linux. It is a complete rewrite of the ReiserFS functions needed to list directories, copy files, and backup metadata.

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Recent releases

  •  05 Oct 2003 18:41

    Release Notes: Symlinks should work now and will be listed in the directory (i.e. "symlink -> target") . The first status flag now can be "l" for symlinks, "b" for block devices, and "c" for character devices. Of course, it can also be "d" for directory and "-" for regular files. The useless copyright header has been removed. Output is now the blank directory listing. You can use "-v" to show the version info if you really really care. "." and ".." will now be marked as "d"(irectories). rfstool will be included in future versions of LTOOLS.

    •  18 Feb 2003 23:24

      Release Notes: The "unable to stat" error is fixed, and sometimes the files retrieved were too large. File dates are now properly maintained from Linux, and the rfshell.dll understands 64-bit file sizes.

      •  15 Feb 2003 15:43

        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in 0.10 which caused it to sometimes retrieve too much data from "direct nodes", resulting in files being too large. Also, this release includes RFSHELL.DLL, a DLL which allows you to easily access reiserfs partitions from your own projects.

        •  10 Oct 2002 14:51

          Release Notes: A major bug in reading from some directories was fixed. A problem where some files could not be stat-ed if they were located on the rightmost leaf node was fixed. Autodetect is now default on Windows, and will write the last known drive to the registry. The program is now capable of reading from backup files.


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