Playstation File System Libraries – Add NTFS Support To Homebr

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Nujui, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. Nujui
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    People over at ps3-hacks has post a Playstation File System Libraries, which let you add NTFS support to your homebrew.


    == Introduction ==

    Playstation File System is a set of libraries designed primarily to support new
    filesystems. The main aim was to provide support for reading NTFS from Sony PS3
    GameOS. At this moment writing is not supported and is not currently planned.

    Supported features:
    * Support for multiple simultaneously connected devices.
    * Hot swapping of devices.
    * Support for multiple partitions (with different FS).
    * NTFS support
    – Alternate data streams
    – Sparse files
    – File compression
    – B+ trees directory
    * FAT support
    – FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
    – Long file names (VFAT)

    Limitations:
    * Userland Mass Storage device driver is tested on a small set of devices.
    * Concurrent access to files on one disc is not supported.
    * It supports only the ASCII subset of Unicode (UTF-16).
    * Read only access.
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  2. Sotoro

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    Hopefully we'll see this in an updated version of kmeaw's cfw.