Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: .LNK FILES IN ROCKBOX
Re: .LNK FILES IN ROCKBOX
From: Jens Arnold <arnold-j_at_t-online.de>
Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 20:50:22 +0100
On 08.12.2005, Ray Lambert wrote:
> Stephan Seitz wrote:
>> The other reason *has* to do with playing music: As a linux
>> only user, many oggs of mine have characters which are not
>> valid in vfat (or even ntfs), but perfectly valid in ext2,
>> reiser or other modern filesystems. So I can't even simply
>> copy my music from my linux box to the player but have to
>> change filenames (what means I can't simply sync both
> Is this true even using the utf8 option (to the vfat driver)?
> I mount my vfat partitions with the utf8 option and I can see
> all characters. Granted, I'm an English-speaking-type and I
> don't use many extended characters but I though fat32/vfat
> supported full unicode.
It does (almost). I don't know the capabilities of the linux
VFAT driver, but VFAT itself supports full UCS-16.
Received on 2005-12-08