fuse-exfat-1.0.1-1.fc25.x86_64.rpm


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Description

fuse-exfat - Free exFAT file system implementation

Distribution: Fedora 25
Repository: CERT Forensics Tools x86_64
Package name: fuse-exfat
Package version: 1.0.1
Package release: 1.fc25
Package architecture: x86_64
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 52.15 KB
Download size: 31.44 KB
Official Mirror: forensics.cert.org
This driver is the first free exFAT file system implementation with write support. exFAT is a simple file system created by Microsoft. It is intended to replace FAT32 removing some of it's limitations. exFAT is a standard FS for SDXC memory cards.

Alternatives

Provides

  • fuse-exfat = 1.0.1-1.fc25
  • fuse-exfat(x86-64) = 1.0.1-1.fc25

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    Install Howto

    1. Download cert-forensics-tools-release-25 rpm:
      https://forensics.cert.org/cert-forensics-tools-release-25.rpm
    2. Install cert-forensics-tools-release-25 rpm:
      # rpm -Uvh cert-forensics-tools-release*rpm
    3. Install fuse-exfat rpm package:
      # dnf --enablerepo=forensics install fuse-exfat

    Files

    • /sbin/mount.exfat
    • /sbin/mount.exfat-fuse
    • /usr/share/man/man8/mount.exfat-fuse.8.gz
    • /usr/share/man/man8/mount.exfat.8.gz

    Changelog

    2013-02-02 - Lawrence R. Rogers <lrr@cert.org> - 1.0.1-1 * Release 1.0.1-1 * Fixed unexpected removal of a directory if it is moved into itself. * Fixed "Operation not permitted" error on reading an empty file.

    2013-01-19 - Lawrence R. Rogers <lrr@cert.org> - 1.0.0-1 * Release 1.0.0-1 * Fixed crash when renaming a file within a single directory and a new name differs only in case. * Fixed clusters allocation: a cluster beyond valid clusters range could be allocated. * Fixed crash when a volume is unmounted while some files are open. * SConscript now respects AR and RANLIB environment variables. * Improved error handling. Linux: * Enabled big_writes. This improves write speed (larger block size means less switches between kernel- and user-space). * Do BLKROGET ioctl to make sure the device is not read-only: after "blockdev --setro" kernel still allows to open the device in read-write mode but fails writes. OS X: * Fixed OS X 10.8 support. * Switched to 64-bit inode numbers (now Mac OS X 10.5 or later is required). * Switched from unmaintained MacFUSE to OSXFUSE (http://osxfuse.github.com). * Fixed device size detection. Now mkfs works. * Workarounded some utilities failures due to missing chmod() support. * Disabled (senseless) permission checks made by FUSE.

    2012-11-15 - Lawrence R. Rogers <lrr@cert.org> - 0.9.8-1.1 - Repackaged for the CERT Linux Forensics repository.

    2012-08-09 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.8-1 - Updated to 0.9.8.

    2012-03-08 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.7-1 - Updated to 0.9.7.

    2012-01-14 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.6-1 - Updated to 0.9.6. - Added symlink to the man page (mount.exfat.8).

    2011-05-15 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.5-1 - Updated to 0.9.5.

    2011-03-05 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.4-1 - Updated to 0.9.4. - Pass DESTDIR as argument instead of environment variable.

    2010-09-25 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.3-1 - Updated to 0.9.3.

    2010-07-24 - Andrew Nayenko <resver@gmail.com> - 0.9.2-1 - Updated to 0.9.2. - Changed summary according to the main site. - Added man page installation.

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