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P.O. Box 26904
Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA

Saturday, March 16th, 2019
9:30 AM - 1 PM

Peter has more Theseus questions. We will try to answer them.

Peter tells us he is having problems formatting a memory stick as HPFS. We will try to solve this issue.

Peter is encountering rsync access denied issues on some of his backups. These are not unexpected and tend to be intermittent. That said, we will try to determine exactly what is triggering them on his setup. Perhaps rsync can be updated to avoid them without manual intervention.

There is a new FAT32 driver in development. If we have time, we will take a look at it.

If we have time, we will finally do a deep dive into the cmd.exe code and figure out why

      cmd /c foo.cmd. /q
eats the /q switch. The switch is never seen by the foo.cmd script.

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