Coda File System

Re: Win95 stability question.

From: Marc Schnieder <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 16:04:04 -0400
Hi Mark,

it should be possible to open files for writing. There might be some
problems with certain applications, but the explorer should work just

please make sure that you have tokens. Type ctokens in a DOS box. Make
also sure that you have an acl and write access.

if you cannot get it going, please let me know what presicely you are
trying to do.

The short file name support is not fully implemented, which is why the
DOS shell might not work.


Mark Swanson wrote:
> Hello,
> Just installed Coda and like it a lot. I'm especially interested that it
> is supported under Win95/NT too!
> I got it to work under 95 except for two things:
> 1. In a DOS shell I can't see any files on a Coda filesystem.
> 2. In explorer, I can see the files but I can't open them for writing -
> even if I use clog and log on as the adminitrator.
> If these are known limitations at this time that's OK. If there are
> workarounds or procedures to get this working that would be great.
> Thanks.
> BTW, I want to build a filesystem that runs on top of Coda similar to
> how TCFS2 runs on top of NFS. Has anyone done this with Coda yet?
> Thanks!
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Received on 1999-06-28 10:05:50