// this is the signature fo fs_probe ( )
static int fs_probe (
// which is called: in ext2util.c line 245
ret = fs_probe (
,strcmp ( argv [ 2 ], DEVICE_FIXED )
,strcmp ( argv [ 3 ], DEVICE_READONLY ) // __FIXE_ME__ should read argv [ 4 ]
// however, fs_mount ( )
static int fs_mount (
,char * mount_point
// in main is being called in ext2util.c line 271 in the following fashion:
ret = fs_mount (
,argv [ 2 ] // label
,strcmp ( argv [ 3 ], DEVICE_FIXED ) // fixed
,strcmp ( argv [ 4 ], DEVICE_READONLY ) // read-only
,strcmp ( argv [ 5 ], DEVICE_NOSUID ) // no-suid
,strcmp ( argv [ 6 ], DEVICE_NODEV ) // no-dev
// which, clearly indicates that the 5th parameter, i.e, argv [ 4 ], is being
// used as the read only flag. My sugestion is ( see __FIXE_ME__ string ) above
// to use argv [ 4 ] instead of argv [ 3 ]
// I would try to see if I can compile the code with the modification above and see if works but
// I'm pretty sure I don't have XCode installed on my G5 dual 2.0 GHz machine
// I may try manually compile the code and manually try to mount the device to see if the change
// is correct; meanwhile I'd appreciate if this changed could be tried on the development branch.
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