Commit be8ec434 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler
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Try not to confuse the README file version with the tarball version.

parent 6047ca80
Frisbee README version 0.4 of Tue Oct 21 16:55:36 MDT 2003 Frisbee README/FAQ version 0.5 of Mon Nov 17 13:38:30 MST 2003
(This is a possibly out of date copy of:
http://www.emulab.net/downloads/frisbee-README.txt
Check there for the latest.)
This is a "raw" tarball of our development tree which includes the NTFS frisbee-snapshot-20031021 is a "raw" tarball of our development tree which
source for imagezip (which was not in the original 0.3 release). It is raw includes the NTFS source for imagezip (which was not in the original 20030618
in the sense that it has GNUmakefile.in files that will have to be customized release). It is raw in the sense that it has GNUmakefile.in files that will
(and otherwise hacked) to work. The source also has a few bug fixes and new have to be customized (and otherwise hacked) to work. The source also has a
features that were not in 0.3: few bug fixes and new features that were not in original, 20030618 release:
- fix bug which would cause corrupt ext2fs images if the - fix bug which would cause corrupt ext2fs images if the
filesystem superblock's s_first_data_block field was non-zero. filesystem superblock's s_first_data_block field was non-zero.
...@@ -21,6 +24,7 @@ on our machines to extend DOS partitions (not filesystems!), and the FreeBSD ...@@ -21,6 +24,7 @@ on our machines to extend DOS partitions (not filesystems!), and the FreeBSD
startup script (in the misc subdir) we use to invoke Frisbee. startup script (in the misc subdir) we use to invoke Frisbee.
The rest of this file is the standard release README ... The rest of this file is the standard release README ...
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This is a preliminary release of the Frisbee[1] disk imaging tool used in This is a preliminary release of the Frisbee[1] disk imaging tool used in
the University of Utah's Emulab testbed cluster and described in the the University of Utah's Emulab testbed cluster and described in the
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