Unformatted text preview: Grading For a passing grade (70%), your program must correctly copy files from ext2 to Windows without corrupting either filesystem, and display directory contents from the ext2 filesystem. For an A grade (90%), your program must also write to an ext2 filesystem in addition to the above requirements. Written files must be readable from Linux. For full credit (100%), your program must do the above requirements; in addition, copying files into ext2 should be done cleanly (i.e., it should not cause issues with Linux’ fsck). For 5% extra credit, have the directory list program provide the same information as a UNIX long listing (e.g., ls –l). You do not need to convert UID or GID to a user name. What to turn in Turn in all of your source code and any necessary auxiliary files (e.g., a Makefile)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course CS 5806 taught by Professor Kramer during the Spring '12 term at North Arkansas College.
- Spring '12
- Operating Systems