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 NFS mount with CR <-> LF conversion

Hello Linux guru's,

I am a Linux newbie and I am used to OS-9. I want to mount an OS-9 disk
to my Linux box. This is no problem. It works!
But OS-9 uses CR (char 13) as line delimeter while Linux uses LF (char
10). Is it possible to give mount an option for a NFS disk that it will
translate any CR to LF and visa versa?
I looked at the man pages for mount and NFS but only found that
conversion is possible for MS-Dos filesystems (CRLF <-> LF).
Is it very difficult to make such a conversion in the NFS filesystem
sources?

Any hints are welcome. Thanks in advance,
--
Martijn Schipper, Interfaculty Reactor Institute, Delft University,
Mekelweg 15, 2629 JB Delft, The Netherlands. Telephone: +31 15 2783673
Telefax: +31 15 2786422 Email: schip...@iri.tudelft.nl



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