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Compact Disc File System

The Compact Disc File System (CDFS) is a file system for read-only and write-once CD-ROMs developed by Simson Garfinkel and J. Spencer Love at the MIT Media Lab between 1985 and 1986.[1] The file system provided for the creation, modification, renaming and deletion of files and directories on a write-once media. The file system was developed with a write-once CD-ROM simulator and was used to master one of the first CD-ROMs in 1986. CDFS was never sold, but its source code was published on the Internet and the CD-ROMs were distributed to Media Lab sponsors. The file system is the basis of WOFS (Write-once File System),[2] sold by N/Hance systems in 1989.

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  1. ^ Simson L. Garfinkel (September 1986). "A File System for Write-Once Media". MIT Media Lab. 
  2. ^ Simson L. Garfinkel (1991). "Designing a Write-once File System". Dr. Dobb's Journal. 
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