Can anyone advise on the status of the CoCo fuse application? Is it supposed to work? If so, is there a kernel module required?
I tried the naive approach (following the help text) and it created a mount point with a garbled name (?coco) that cannot be listed.
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I did not test it. So It isn't surprising it isn't working.
Thanks. I'll just build the rbf filesystem module into the kernel. In theory that should get to the same end.
The RBF filesystem module works like a champ! Can be found at:
Even if you have a newer kernel, grab both source tarballs since all the documentation is in the older one.
$ modprobe rbf
Then, disk images can be mounted as:
$ mount -t rbf -o loop,sector=256,nomagic some_disk.dsk /mnt
Use whatever mount point is appropriate for your system.