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by babam
17 Sep 2020, 19:13
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: NTFS3 Kernel Module
Replies: 17
Views: 1206

NTFS3 Kernel Module

beny,
Well now it's clear, ntfs3 can only be built for the latest Kernel.

Thanks.
by babam
17 Sep 2020, 05:20
Forum: Community effort
Topic: Porteus Kernel Builder
Replies: 966
Views: 192279

Porteus Kernel Builder

Blaze,
I am unable to build the ntfs3 kernel module on Porteus RC2.
Maybe this is related to the crippled_ sources that you created.
NTFS3 Kernel Module

Update: ntfs3 can only be built for the latest Kernel

Thanks.
by babam
16 Sep 2020, 14:25
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: NTFS3 Kernel Module
Replies: 17
Views: 1206

NTFS3 Kernel Module

beny wrote:
16 Sep 2020, 14:13
seem all done so we need a whole kernel source or the kernel header....
Probably requires complete Kernel headers.
Can you do it, thanks.
by babam
16 Sep 2020, 11:39
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: NTFS3 Kernel Module
Replies: 17
Views: 1206

NTFS3 Kernel Module

beny wrote:
16 Sep 2020, 08:26
I need a source code for the paragon ntfs driver seem that arch have a privileged link to it.
Here https://dropmefiles.com/qouGh
by babam
16 Sep 2020, 03:37
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: NTFS3 Kernel Module
Replies: 17
Views: 1206

NTFS3 Kernel Module

beny wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 20:37
i have done the package in arch via yaourt and is different from the one i have build /var/lib/dkms/ntfs3/kernel-5.8.8-zen1-1-zen-x86_64/module/ntfs3.ko.xz
Can you build it for Porteus 5.0 RC2
by babam
14 Sep 2020, 08:56
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: NTFS3 Kernel Module
Replies: 17
Views: 1206

NTFS3 Kernel Module

Does anyone can build NTFS3 kernel module for Porteus 5.0 RC2 https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/ntfs3-dkms/
I have tried but always failed.

Thanks.
by babam
09 Sep 2020, 06:07
Forum: Community effort
Topic: OverlayFS Porteus
Replies: 21
Views: 1142

OverlayFS Porteus

neko,
However ov.act.sh and ov.deact.sh are great scripts, they do a pretty good job.

Even with ov.act.sh and ov.deact.sh (with a few modifications) it allows me to activate Porteus modules (google-chrome.xzm, opera.xzm and onlyoffice.xzm) on my Ubuntu system.

Thanks.
by babam
07 Sep 2020, 02:29
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: Porteus 5.0rc2 XFCE - Swap file with issues
Replies: 7
Views: 454

Porteus 5.0rc2 XFCE - Swap file with issues

Arleson wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 02:07

No. The problem is not performance, but the correct work ...
Is it working correctly on other distro?
by babam
06 Sep 2020, 23:40
Forum: Community effort
Topic: OverlayFS Porteus
Replies: 21
Views: 1142

OverlayFS Porteus

neko,
The following is a serious issue (not related to persistence mode).

a.xzm containing '/opt/bin/a'
b.xzm containing '/opt/bin/b'

Code: Select all

# ls /opt
dir1   dir2
# activate a.xzm
# ls /opt
bin   dir1   dir2
# ls /opt/bin
a
# activate b.xzm
# ls /opt
bin   dir1   dir2
# ls /opt/bin
b
by babam
06 Sep 2020, 22:59
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: Porteus 5.0rc2 XFCE - Swap file with issues
Replies: 7
Views: 454

Porteus 5.0rc2 XFCE - Swap file with issues

@Arleson,
Have you ever used swap file on NTFS partition in other distro (e.g. Ubuntu, Arch or whatever) and it has good performance.
by babam
06 Sep 2020, 06:10
Forum: Community effort
Topic: OverlayFS Porteus
Replies: 21
Views: 1142

OverlayFS Porteus

neko,
I have tried it and the results have been explained in my previous post.

Why are the results different with you?
by babam
06 Sep 2020, 03:15
Forum: Community effort
Topic: OverlayFS Porteus
Replies: 21
Views: 1142

OverlayFS Porteus

neko,
Activating modules in persistence mode is works fine.

But we have to deactivate the modules before shutdown/reboot to restore them to their original state (removing symlinks and .act.new.* and restore .act.org.* to original name).

Thanks.
by babam
04 Sep 2020, 16:16
Forum: Community effort
Topic: OverlayFS Porteus
Replies: 21
Views: 1142

OverlayFS Porteus

neko, If I have '/bin/foo' (located inside a persistent device) then I activate a module which also contains '/bin/foo' will that overwrite (ln -sf) '/bin/foo'? Update: That will rename '/bin/foo' to '/bin/.act.org.foo' Don't forget to deactivate that module before shutdown/reboot to restore '/bin/....