iHPFS makes possible for OS/2 users to use their HPFS partitions when they boot plain DOS. The HPFS partition is assigned a drive letter, and can be accessed like any DOS drive.iHPFS is restricted to read-only access.
This program is no longer being developed, because author doesn't use OS/2. If you are willing to maintain the program, let him know.
Access: Read-Write, extended attributes, long names.
This driver is part of Linux kernel (2.1.x+). It can read and write to HPFS partions. Access rights and owner can be stored in extended attributes. Few bugs in original read-only HPFS are corrected. It supports HPFS386 on Warp Server Advanced.
If you have kernel with HPFS support, say "Y"es to 'OS/2 HPFS filesystem support' in Filesystems submenu. Then recompile kernel using 'make dep bzImage', reboot and try to mount your HPFS partition (e.g. mount /dev/hda2 /mnt -t hpfs).
This program will edit the Windows NT registry and enable HPFS support. Pinball.sys is the HPFS filesystem driver for Windows NT. It can be found on NT 3.5x's CD-ROM. Microsoft no longer supports HPFS. Installing this program will void your warranty and possibly the license agreement.