GoTEK SFR1M44-U100...

Grant Taylor cctalk at
Fri Jul 13 21:57:07 CDT 2018

On 07/13/2018 04:13 PM, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:

Thank you.

> In the as-provided form, it's just a bunch of sector-by-sector data 
> written to a predefined set of addresses on the flash drive.  No file 
> system at all.

Reading about the SFR1M44-U100 and the raw sector allocation made me 
think about modifying the Linux kernel for the 3rd time.  I feel like it 
should be possible to add a partitioning scheme that is the SFR1M44-U100 
layouts.  I.e. disk1 corresponds to memory address 1, disk2 corresponds 
to memory address 2, etc.

The first time was to hack the Emulex LightPulse driver to support the 
high LUN numbers of the Compaq RA-4000 & RA-4100.  The second time was 
pontificating the possibility of causing the Linux bridge code to 
forward frames that bridges are supposed to filter, to support a very 
specific use case.

Grant. . . .
unix || die

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