I haven't really had the time to write anything lately. Don't know really why. Anyway, I've got the laptop now. Very nice, indeed, except for the Winmodem with only a binary kernel module for Linux 2.2.12 (which I don't use). Anyway, I'm using for pretty much of the coding nowadays. This weekend, I was on a funeral in Falun (for my grandfather's woman). After that, I was out in Uppsala for the night, played some basketball on Sunday and did some cleaning of the appartment.
Of course, that's not everything. :) I hacked the initial_ramdisk and fat servers to more-or-less work; the FAT12 code seems almost complete now. I'll just get everything together and start doing the VFS calls, and we'll very soon have (hopefully) full read-support for FAT filesystems. Isn't that great indeed?
Of course, FAT is just a first step; ext2 or others would be cooler but is more work. Besides, FAT is needed anyway, so someone'd better do it.