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Linux can read, but not write, OS/2 HPFS partitions.
Mount options are the same as for msdos partitions.
uid=nnn All files in the partition will be owned by user id nnn.
gid=nnn All files in the partition will be in group nnn.
umask=nnn The permission mask (see umask(1)) for the partition.
conv=binary Data is returned exactly as is, with CRLF's. [default]
conv=text (Carriage return, line feed) is replaced with newline.
conv=auto Chooses, file by file, conv=binary or conv=text (by guessing)
There is one mount option unique to HPFS.
case=lower Convert file names to lower case. [default]
case=asis Return file names as is, in mixed case.
Case is not significant in filename matching, like real HPFS.
Command line example
mkdir -p /os2/c
mount -t hpfs -o uid=100,gid=100 /dev/sda6 /os2/c
/dev/sdb5 /d/f hpfs ro,uid=402,gid=402,umask=002
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