> - Enabled NLS Code Page 437, because FAT partitions use it as default.
> - Enabled NLS ISO5889-1, because some filesystems use it as default.
Uh, that is a big risk.
All prevous coLinux prevent the users to mount a FAT or NTFS partion,
because NLS was not supported. The problem is, that you should not
mount any partions, that are already in use under Windows.
If you enable NLS, than I would say don't enable the FAT and don't
enable write to NTFS. Only power users can rebuild the kernel and
enable the FAT again.
A write mount to FAT, in case windows also in use this, would demarge or
lose some datas.