Patchwork [1/1] dosfstools: fix populated image creation with dirs

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Submitter Nitin A Kamble
Date Dec. 15, 2011, 1:47 a.m.
Message ID <dd874149b3cb354a2678899b754258f6bf98bdd8.1323913192.git.nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
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State Accepted
Commit 2de8f008b304017de7ca116aa79ef778ab40362d
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Nitin A Kamble - Dec. 15, 2011, 1:47 a.m.
From: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>

This fixes bug: [YOCTO #1783]

Fix populated image creation. Earlier subdirectories support
was broken, and files can only be placed in the root directory.
Now directory hirarchy is supported in the image. Also support
for long names is extended to directory names.

There are some outstanding issues as documented in the patch
header, these issues can be worked around by running
dosfsck tool after populated image creation. The dosfsck tool
is also part of this package.

Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
---
 .../dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch  |  489 ++++++++++++++++++++
 .../recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb |    5 +-
 2 files changed, 492 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
Darren Hart - Dec. 15, 2011, 8:42 p.m.
On 12/14/2011 05:47 PM, nitin.a.kamble@intel.com wrote:
> From: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> 
> This fixes bug: [YOCTO #1783]
> 
> Fix populated image creation. Earlier subdirectories support
> was broken, and files can only be placed in the root directory.
> Now directory hirarchy is supported in the image. Also support
> for long names is extended to directory names.
> 
> There are some outstanding issues as documented in the patch
> header, these issues can be worked around by running
> dosfsck tool after populated image creation. The dosfsck tool
> is also part of this package.
> 

When using this patch to place the EFI related files into /EFI/BOOT I
added a "dosfsck -a -l ..." command after the "mkdosfs -d ..." command
to clean up issues. Unfortunatley, it does not appear capable of fixing
the . and .. failures:

| dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
| Checking file /ldlinux.sys (LDLINUX.SYS)
| Checking file /initrd (INITRD)
| Checking file /syslinux.cfg (SYSLINUX.CFG)
| Checking file /EFI (EFI)
| Checking file /grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
| Checking file /bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
| Checking file /vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
| Checking file /rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
| /EFI
|   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
| /vmlinuz
|   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152 bytes.
|   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT (BOOT)
| /EFI
|   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
| /EFI
|   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
| /EFI/BOOT
|   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT/initrd (INITRD)
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT/bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
| Checking file /EFI/BOOT/rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
| /EFI/BOOT
|   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
| /EFI/BOOT
|   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
| /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz
|   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152 bytes.
|   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
| Performing changes.
|
/build/poky/fri2/tmp/deploy/images/core-image-minimal-fri2-noemgd-20111215191648.hddimg:
14 files, 26837/27029 clusters

--
Darren

> Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> ---
>  .../dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch  |  489 ++++++++++++++++++++
>  .../recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb |    5 +-
>  2 files changed, 492 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
>  create mode 100644 meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> 
> diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000..510f12e
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> @@ -0,0 +1,489 @@
> +UpstreamStatus: Inappropriate
> +
> +This patch fixes populated dosfs image creation with directory 
> +structures. Earlier it was causing segfault; and only image 
> +population with no subdirectories was working.
> +
> +Issues fixed:
> +1. (dir->count == dir->entries) check was only needed for root 
> +   directory entries. And this check is wrong for non-root 
> +   directories.
> +2. For each dir entry 2 dir->table entries were needed, one for 
> +   the file/dir and 2nd for long file name support. Earlier long
> +   name support was added for filenames but the 2nd entry 
> +   allocation, initialization & counting was missed.
> +3. The memory clearing was missed at the code path after dir->table 
> +   memroy allocation.
> +4. Add entries for . & .. directories in all non-root directories.
> +5. The . directory points to the correct entry in fat now.
> +6. All directoriy entries' size was not zero as required for dosfsck,
> +   Now all directory entries' size is zero.
> +
> +Enhancements:
> +1. Added support for long names for directory names. This is same
> +   as the existing long name support for filenames.
> +2. Added error messages for previously silent memory allocation and 
> +   other errors.
> +3. -d options does not work correctly with fat32, so now throwing 
> +   an error for that.
> +4. Use predefined structures from kernel's msdos_fs.h file, rather 
> +   than defining again here. And accordingly change the names & use
> +   of structure variables.
> +
> +Outstanding Issues:
> +1. The .. directory entry do not point to the parent of current
> +   directory. This issue can be fixed by running dosfsck -a after
> +   image creation.
> +2. For files the filesize is correct, but the clusters size is more 
> +   than it needs to be, this also can be fixed by running dosfsck -a
> +   after image creation.
> +
> +Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com> 
> +2011/12/13
> +
> +
> +Index: dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> +===================================================================
> +--- dosfstools-2.11.orig/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> ++++ dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> +@@ -21,7 +21,17 @@
> +    June 2004 - Jordan Crouse (info.linux@amd.com)
> +    Added -d <directory> support to populate the image
> +    Copyright (C) 2004, Advanced Micro Devices, All Rights Reserved
> +-   
> ++
> ++   2011-12-13: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> ++   Enhanced the -d <directory> support for population of image while
> ++   creation. Earlier subdirectores support was broken, only files in
> ++   the rootdir were supported. Now directory hirarchy is supported.
> ++   Also added long filename support to directory names.
> ++     The -d <directory> option (image population while creation)
> ++   is broken with fat32.
> ++   Copyright (C) 2011, Intel Corporation, All Rights Reserved
> ++
> ++
> +    Fixes/additions May 1998 by Roman Hodek
> +    <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>:
> +    - Atari format support
> +@@ -86,23 +96,23 @@
> + # undef __KERNEL__
> + #endif
> + 
> +-#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
> +-
> ++#ifndef __ASM_STUB_BYTEORDER_H__
> + #include <asm/byteorder.h>
> +-#ifdef __le16_to_cpu
> +-/* ++roman: 2.1 kernel headers define these function, they're probably more
> +- * efficient then coding the swaps machine-independently. */
> +-#define CF_LE_W	__le16_to_cpu
> +-#define CF_LE_L	__le32_to_cpu
> +-#define CT_LE_W	__cpu_to_le16
> +-#define CT_LE_L	__cpu_to_le32
> +-#else
> +-#define CF_LE_W(v) ((((v) & 0xff) << 8) | (((v) >> 8) & 0xff))
> +-#define CF_LE_L(v) (((unsigned)(v)>>24) | (((unsigned)(v)>>8)&0xff00) | \
> +-               (((unsigned)(v)<<8)&0xff0000) | ((unsigned)(v)<<24))
> ++#endif
> ++
> ++#include <linux/msdos_fs.h>
> ++
> ++#undef CF_LE_W
> ++#undef CF_LE_L
> ++#undef CT_LE_W
> ++#undef CT_LE_L
> ++
> ++#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
> ++#include <byteswap.h>
> ++#define CF_LE_W(v) bswap_16(v)
> ++#define CF_LE_L(v) bswap_32(v)
> + #define CT_LE_W(v) CF_LE_W(v)
> + #define CT_LE_L(v) CF_LE_L(v)
> +-#endif /* defined(__le16_to_cpu) */
> +     
> + #else
> + 
> +@@ -253,33 +263,6 @@ struct fat32_fsinfo {
> +   __u32		reserved2[4];
> + };
> + 
> +-/* This stores up to 13 chars of the name */
> +-
> +-struct msdos_dir_slot {
> +-        __u8    id;             /* sequence number for slot */
> +-        __u8    name0_4[10];    /* first 5 characters in name */
> +-        __u8    attr;           /* attribute byte */
> +-        __u8    reserved;       /* always 0 */
> +-        __u8    alias_checksum; /* checksum for 8.3 alias */
> +-        __u8    name5_10[12];   /* 6 more characters in name */
> +-        __u16   start;          /* starting cluster number, 0 in long slots */
> +-        __u8    name11_12[4];   /* last 2 characters in name */
> +-};
> +-
> +-struct msdos_dir_entry
> +-  {
> +-    char	name[8], ext[3];	/* name and extension */
> +-    __u8        attr;			/* attribute bits */
> +-    __u8	lcase;			/* Case for base and extension */
> +-    __u8	ctime_ms;		/* Creation time, milliseconds */
> +-    __u16	ctime;			/* Creation time */
> +-    __u16	cdate;			/* Creation date */
> +-    __u16	adate;			/* Last access date */
> +-    __u16	starthi;		/* high 16 bits of first cl. (FAT32) */
> +-    __u16	time, date, start;	/* time, date and first cluster */
> +-    __u32	size;			/* file size (in bytes) */
> +-  } __attribute__ ((packed));
> +-
> + /* The "boot code" we put into the filesystem... it writes a message and
> +    tells the user to try again */
> + 
> +@@ -356,7 +339,6 @@ static struct msdos_dir_entry *root_dir;
> + static int size_root_dir;	/* Size of the root directory in bytes */
> + static int sectors_per_cluster = 0;	/* Number of sectors per disk cluster */
> + static int root_dir_entries = 0;	/* Number of root directory entries */
> +-static int root_dir_num_entries = 0;
> + static int last_cluster_written = 0;
> + 
> + static char *blank_sector;		/* Blank sector - all zeros */
> +@@ -1315,7 +1297,7 @@ setup_tables (void)
> +       de->date = CT_LE_W((unsigned short)(ctime->tm_mday +
> + 					  ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> + 					  ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> +-      de->ctime_ms = 0;
> ++      de->ctime_cs = 0;
> +       de->ctime = de->time;
> +       de->cdate = de->date;
> +       de->adate = de->date;
> +@@ -1451,16 +1433,23 @@ write_tables (void)
> + 
> + /* Add a file to the specified directory entry, and also write it into the image */
> + 
> +-static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *base, char *ext) {
> ++static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *dos_name) {
> +   
> +   char *ch = filename;
> +   int i, len;
> + 
> +-  memset(base, 0x20, 8);
> +-  memset(ext, 0x20, 3);
> ++  if (!strcmp(filename, ".")) {
> ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOT, MSDOS_NAME);
> ++    return;
> ++  }
> ++  if (!strcmp(filename, "..")) {
> ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOTDOT, MSDOS_NAME);
> ++    return;
> ++  }
> ++  memset(dos_name, 0x20, MSDOS_NAME);
> +   
> +   for(len = 0 ; *ch && *ch != '.'; ch++) {
> +-    base[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> ++    dos_name[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> +     if (len == 8) break;
> +   }
> +   
> +@@ -1468,7 +1457,7 @@ static void copy_filename(char *filename
> +   if (*ch) ch++;
> +   
> +   for(len = 0 ; *ch; ch++) {
> +-    ext[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> ++    dos_name[8 + len++] = toupper(*ch);
> +     if (len == 3) break;
> +   }
> + }
> +@@ -1551,7 +1540,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> +   int start;
> +   int usedsec, totalsec;
> + 
> +-  char name83[8], ext83[3];
> ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
> + 
> +   struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
> +   int i;
> +@@ -1562,23 +1551,22 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> +   if (dir->root) {
> +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
> ++      return;
> +     }
> +   }
> +   else {
> +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> +-      if (!dir->table) 
> +-	dir->table = 
> +-	  (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-      else {
> +-	dir->table = 
> +-	  (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries + 1) * 
> +-					     sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-
> +-	memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-      }
> +-
> +-      dir->entries++;
> +-    }
> ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long filename */
> ++    if (!dir->table)
> ++      dir->table =
> ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    else
> ++      dir->table =
> ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir->entries + 1) *
> ++      				     sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    if (!dir->table)
> ++      printf("Error - realloc failed\n");
> ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    dir->entries += 2;
> +   }
> + 
> +   infile = open(filename, O_RDONLY, 0);
> +@@ -1611,13 +1599,13 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> +     return -1;
> +   }
> + 
> +-  printf("ADD %s\n", filename);
> ++  printf("ADD FILE %s\n", filename);
> + 
> +   /* Grab the basename of the file */
> +   base = basename(filename);
> +   
> +-  /* Extract out the 8.3 name */
> +-  copy_filename(base, name83, ext83);
> ++  /* convert for dos fat structure  */
> ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
> + 
> +   /* Make an extended name slot */
> + 
> +@@ -1629,12 +1617,9 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> +   
> +   slot->alias_checksum = 0;
> +   
> +-  for(i = 0; i < 8; i++) 
> +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + name83[i];
> ++  for(i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
> ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
> +   
> +-  for(i = 0; i < 3; i++) 
> +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + ext83[i];
> +-
> +   p = base;
> + 
> +   copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
> +@@ -1645,8 +1630,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> +   /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
> +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
> + 
> +-  strncpy(entry->name, name83, 8);
> +-  strncpy(entry->ext, ext83, 3);
> ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
> + 
> + 
> +   /* If the user has it read only, then add read only to the incoming
> +@@ -1665,7 +1649,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> + 				      ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> + 				      ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> + 
> +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
> ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
> +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
> +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
> +   entry->adate = entry->date;
> +@@ -1711,6 +1695,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> + 
> +  exit_add:
> +   if (infile) close(infile);
> ++  return 0;
> + }
> + 
> + /* Add a new directory to the specified directory entry, and in turn populate 
> +@@ -1727,10 +1712,18 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> +   struct dirent *dentry = 0;
> +   int remain;
> +   char *data;
> ++  char *base;
> ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
> ++  struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
> ++  int i;
> ++  char *p;
> + 
> +   /* If the directory doesn't exist */
> +-  if (!rddir) return;
> +-  
> ++  if (!rddir) {
> ++    printf("Error - dir does not exist: %s\n", filename);
> ++    return;
> ++  }
> ++
> +   if (dir->root) {
> +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
> +@@ -1738,28 +1731,58 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> +     }
> +   }
> +   else {
> +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> +-      if (!dir->table) 
> +-	dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-      else {
> +-	dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries + 1) * 
> +-							sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-
> +-	/* Zero it out to avoid issues */
> +-	memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> +-      }
> +-	dir->entries++;
> ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long name of the directory */
> ++    if (!dir->table)
> ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    else
> ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir->entries + 1) *
> ++                                                             sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    if (!dir->table) {
> ++      printf("Error - memory allocation failed\n");
> ++      goto exit_add_dir;
> +     }
> ++    /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
> ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> ++    dir->entries += 2;
> +   }
> + 
> ++  printf("ADD DIR %s\n", filename);
> +   /* Now, create a new directory entry for the new directory */
> +   newdir = (struct dir_entry *) calloc(1, sizeof(struct dir_entry));
> +-  if (!newdir) goto exit_add_dir;
> ++  if (!newdir) {
> ++    printf("Error - calloc failed\n");
> ++    goto exit_add_dir;
> ++  }
> ++
> ++  /* Grab the basename of the file */
> ++  base = basename(filename);
> ++
> ++  /* convert for dos structure  */
> ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
> ++
> ++  /* Make an extended name slot */
> ++  slot = (struct msdos_dir_slot *) &dir->table[dir->count++];
> ++  slot->id = 'A';
> ++  slot->attr = 0x0F;
> ++  slot->reserved = 0;
> ++  slot->start = 0;
> ++
> ++  slot->alias_checksum = 0;
> + 
> ++  for (i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
> ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
> ++
> ++  p = base;
> ++
> ++  copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
> ++  copy_name(slot->name5_10, 12, &p);
> ++  copy_name(slot->name11_12, 4, &p);
> ++
> ++  /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
> +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
> + 
> +-  strncpy(entry->name, basename(filename), sizeof(entry->name));
> +-  
> ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
> ++
> +   entry->attr = ATTR_DIR;
> +   ctime = localtime(&create_time);
> + 
> +@@ -1770,25 +1793,32 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> + 				      ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> + 				      ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> + 
> +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
> ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
> +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
> +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
> +   entry->adate = entry->date;
> + 
> +   /* Now, read the directory */
> + 
> +-  while((dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
> ++
> ++  while((base[0] != '.') && (dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
> +     struct stat st;
> +     char *buffer;
> +-    
> +-    if (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".") || !strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".."))
> +-      continue;
> + 
> +-    /* DOS wouldn't like a typical unix . (dot) file, so we skip those too */
> +-    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
> ++    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') {
> ++        /* dos also has . & .. directory entries */
> ++      if (! ((!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".")) || (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, "..")))) {
> ++        /* ignore other .* files */
> ++        printf("Error - File/Dir name is not dos compatible, ignored: %s\n", dentry->d_name);
> ++        continue;
> ++      }
> ++    }
> + 
> +     buffer = malloc(strlen(filename) + strlen(dentry->d_name) + 3);
> +-    if (!buffer) continue;
> ++    if (!buffer) {
> ++        printf("Error - malloc failed\n");
> ++        goto exit_add_dir;
> ++    }
> +     
> +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", filename, dentry->d_name);
> +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
> +@@ -1806,11 +1836,23 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> +   /* Now that the entire directory has been written, go ahead and write the directory
> +      entry as well */
> + 
> ++  entry->size = 0; /* a directory has zero size */
> ++
> ++  if (base[0] == '.')  { /* . & .. point to parent's cluster */
> ++    goto exit_add_dir;
> ++  }
> ++
> +   entry->start = CT_LE_W(last_cluster_written);
> +   entry->starthi = CT_LE_W((last_cluster_written & 0xFFFF0000) >> 16); 
> +-  entry->size = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
> ++
> ++/* . dir start points to parent */
> ++  newdir->table[1].start = entry->start;
> ++/* .. dir points to parent of parent*/
> ++/* .. dir start is not set yet, would need more changes to the code,
> ++ * but dosfsck can fix these .. entry start pointers correctly */
> ++
> ++  remain = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
> +   
> +-  remain = entry->size;
> +   data = (char *) newdir->table;
> + 
> +   while(remain) {
> +@@ -1858,6 +1900,7 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
> + 
> +   if (!newdir) {
> +     closedir(dir);
> ++    printf("Error - calloc failed!\n");
> +     return;
> +   }
> + 
> +@@ -1877,7 +1920,10 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
> +     if (entry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
> +  
> +     buffer = malloc(strlen(dirname) + strlen(entry->d_name) + 3);
> +-    if (!buffer) continue;
> ++    if (!buffer) {
> ++        printf("Error - malloc failed!\n");
> ++        continue;
> ++    }
> + 
> +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", dirname, entry->d_name);
> +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
> +@@ -2245,6 +2291,9 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
> +   if (check && listfile)	/* Auto and specified bad block handling are mutually */
> +     die ("-c and -l are incompatible");		/* exclusive of each other! */
> + 
> ++  if (dirname && (size_fat == 32))
> ++    die ("-d is incompatible with FAT32");
> ++
> +   if (!create) {
> +     check_mount (device_name);	/* Is the device already mounted? */
> +     dev = open (device_name, O_RDWR);	/* Is it a suitable device to build the FS on? */
> diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> index 66eeb7c..ec75ac9 100644
> --- a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> +++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ DESCRIPTION = "DOS FAT Filesystem Utilities"
>  SECTION = "base"
>  LICENSE = "GPLv2"
>  LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://mkdosfs/COPYING;md5=cbe67f08d6883bff587f615f0cc81aa8"
> -PR = "r3"
> +PR = "r4"
>  
>  SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}.src.tar.gz \
>             file://mkdosfs-bootcode.patch \
> @@ -16,7 +16,8 @@ SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}
>             file://msdos_fat12_undefined.patch \
>             file://dosfstools-msdos_fs-types.patch \
>             file://include-linux-types.patch \
> -           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch "
> +           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch \
> +           file://fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch "
>  
>  SRC_URI[md5sum] = "407d405ade410f7597d364ab5dc8c9f6"
>  SRC_URI[sha256sum] = "0eac6d12388b3d9ed78684529c1b0d9346fa2abbe406c4d4a3eb5a023c98a484"
Nitin A Kamble - Dec. 15, 2011, 10:03 p.m.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Darren Hart [mailto:dvhart@linux.intel.com]
> Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 12:43 PM
> To: Patches and discussions about the oe-core layer
> Cc: Kamble, Nitin A
> Subject: Re: [OE-core] [PATCH 1/1] dosfstools: fix populated image
> creation with dirs
>
>
>
> On 12/14/2011 05:47 PM, nitin.a.kamble@intel.com wrote:
> > From: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> >
> > This fixes bug: [YOCTO #1783]
> >
> > Fix populated image creation. Earlier subdirectories support
> > was broken, and files can only be placed in the root directory.
> > Now directory hirarchy is supported in the image. Also support
> > for long names is extended to directory names.
> >
> > There are some outstanding issues as documented in the patch
> > header, these issues can be worked around by running
> > dosfsck tool after populated image creation. The dosfsck tool
> > is also part of this package.
> >
>
> When using this patch to place the EFI related files into /EFI/BOOT I
> added a "dosfsck -a -l ..." command after the "mkdosfs -d ..." command
> to clean up issues. Unfortunatley, it does not appear capable of fixing
> the . and .. failures:

Darren, Looks like you are on the old commit. I don't see these issues.
Nitin

>
> | dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
> | Checking file /ldlinux.sys (LDLINUX.SYS)
> | Checking file /initrd (INITRD)
> | Checking file /syslinux.cfg (SYSLINUX.CFG)
> | Checking file /EFI (EFI)
> | Checking file /grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
> | Checking file /bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
> | Checking file /vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
> | Checking file /rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
> | /EFI
> |   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
> | /vmlinuz
> |   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152
> bytes.
> |   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT (BOOT)
> | /EFI
> |   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
> | /EFI
> |   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
> | /EFI/BOOT
> |   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/initrd (INITRD)
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
> | /EFI/BOOT
> |   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
> | /EFI/BOOT
> |   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
> | /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz
> |   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152
> bytes.
> |   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
> | Performing changes.
> |
> /build/poky/fri2/tmp/deploy/images/core-image-minimal-fri2-noemgd-
> 20111215191648.hddimg:
> 14 files, 26837/27029 clusters
>
> --
> Darren
>
> > Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> > ---
> >  .../dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch  |  489
> ++++++++++++++++++++
> >  .../recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb |    5 +-
> >  2 files changed, 492 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> >  create mode 100644 meta/recipes-
> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> >
> > diff --git a/meta/recipes-
> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> b/meta/recipes-
> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> > new file mode 100644
> > index 0000000..510f12e
> > --- /dev/null
> > +++ b/meta/recipes-
> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
> > @@ -0,0 +1,489 @@
> > +UpstreamStatus: Inappropriate
> > +
> > +This patch fixes populated dosfs image creation with directory
> > +structures. Earlier it was causing segfault; and only image
> > +population with no subdirectories was working.
> > +
> > +Issues fixed:
> > +1. (dir->count == dir->entries) check was only needed for root
> > +   directory entries. And this check is wrong for non-root
> > +   directories.
> > +2. For each dir entry 2 dir->table entries were needed, one for
> > +   the file/dir and 2nd for long file name support. Earlier long
> > +   name support was added for filenames but the 2nd entry
> > +   allocation, initialization & counting was missed.
> > +3. The memory clearing was missed at the code path after dir->table
> > +   memroy allocation.
> > +4. Add entries for . & .. directories in all non-root directories.
> > +5. The . directory points to the correct entry in fat now.
> > +6. All directoriy entries' size was not zero as required for
> dosfsck,
> > +   Now all directory entries' size is zero.
> > +
> > +Enhancements:
> > +1. Added support for long names for directory names. This is same
> > +   as the existing long name support for filenames.
> > +2. Added error messages for previously silent memory allocation and
> > +   other errors.
> > +3. -d options does not work correctly with fat32, so now throwing
> > +   an error for that.
> > +4. Use predefined structures from kernel's msdos_fs.h file, rather
> > +   than defining again here. And accordingly change the names & use
> > +   of structure variables.
> > +
> > +Outstanding Issues:
> > +1. The .. directory entry do not point to the parent of current
> > +   directory. This issue can be fixed by running dosfsck -a after
> > +   image creation.
> > +2. For files the filesize is correct, but the clusters size is more
> > +   than it needs to be, this also can be fixed by running dosfsck -a
> > +   after image creation.
> > +
> > +Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> > +2011/12/13
> > +
> > +
> > +Index: dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> > +===================================================================
> > +--- dosfstools-2.11.orig/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> > ++++ dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
> > +@@ -21,7 +21,17 @@
> > +    June 2004 - Jordan Crouse (info.linux@amd.com)
> > +    Added -d <directory> support to populate the image
> > +    Copyright (C) 2004, Advanced Micro Devices, All Rights Reserved
> > +-
> > ++
> > ++   2011-12-13: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
> > ++   Enhanced the -d <directory> support for population of image
> while
> > ++   creation. Earlier subdirectores support was broken, only files
> in
> > ++   the rootdir were supported. Now directory hirarchy is supported.
> > ++   Also added long filename support to directory names.
> > ++     The -d <directory> option (image population while creation)
> > ++   is broken with fat32.
> > ++   Copyright (C) 2011, Intel Corporation, All Rights Reserved
> > ++
> > ++
> > +    Fixes/additions May 1998 by Roman Hodek
> > +    <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>:
> > +    - Atari format support
> > +@@ -86,23 +96,23 @@
> > + # undef __KERNEL__
> > + #endif
> > +
> > +-#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
> > +-
> > ++#ifndef __ASM_STUB_BYTEORDER_H__
> > + #include <asm/byteorder.h>
> > +-#ifdef __le16_to_cpu
> > +-/* ++roman: 2.1 kernel headers define these function, they're
> probably more
> > +- * efficient then coding the swaps machine-independently. */
> > +-#define CF_LE_W   __le16_to_cpu
> > +-#define CF_LE_L   __le32_to_cpu
> > +-#define CT_LE_W   __cpu_to_le16
> > +-#define CT_LE_L   __cpu_to_le32
> > +-#else
> > +-#define CF_LE_W(v) ((((v) & 0xff) << 8) | (((v) >> 8) & 0xff))
> > +-#define CF_LE_L(v) (((unsigned)(v)>>24) |
> (((unsigned)(v)>>8)&0xff00) | \
> > +-               (((unsigned)(v)<<8)&0xff0000) | ((unsigned)(v)<<24))
> > ++#endif
> > ++
> > ++#include <linux/msdos_fs.h>
> > ++
> > ++#undef CF_LE_W
> > ++#undef CF_LE_L
> > ++#undef CT_LE_W
> > ++#undef CT_LE_L
> > ++
> > ++#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
> > ++#include <byteswap.h>
> > ++#define CF_LE_W(v) bswap_16(v)
> > ++#define CF_LE_L(v) bswap_32(v)
> > + #define CT_LE_W(v) CF_LE_W(v)
> > + #define CT_LE_L(v) CF_LE_L(v)
> > +-#endif /* defined(__le16_to_cpu) */
> > +
> > + #else
> > +
> > +@@ -253,33 +263,6 @@ struct fat32_fsinfo {
> > +   __u32           reserved2[4];
> > + };
> > +
> > +-/* This stores up to 13 chars of the name */
> > +-
> > +-struct msdos_dir_slot {
> > +-        __u8    id;             /* sequence number for slot */
> > +-        __u8    name0_4[10];    /* first 5 characters in name */
> > +-        __u8    attr;           /* attribute byte */
> > +-        __u8    reserved;       /* always 0 */
> > +-        __u8    alias_checksum; /* checksum for 8.3 alias */
> > +-        __u8    name5_10[12];   /* 6 more characters in name */
> > +-        __u16   start;          /* starting cluster number, 0 in
> long slots */
> > +-        __u8    name11_12[4];   /* last 2 characters in name */
> > +-};
> > +-
> > +-struct msdos_dir_entry
> > +-  {
> > +-    char  name[8], ext[3];        /* name and extension */
> > +-    __u8        attr;                     /* attribute bits */
> > +-    __u8  lcase;                  /* Case for base and
> extension */
> > +-    __u8  ctime_ms;               /* Creation time, milliseconds */
> > +-    __u16 ctime;                  /* Creation time */
> > +-    __u16 cdate;                  /* Creation date */
> > +-    __u16 adate;                  /* Last access date */
> > +-    __u16 starthi;                /* high 16 bits of first cl.
> (FAT32) */
> > +-    __u16 time, date, start;      /* time, date and first
> cluster */
> > +-    __u32 size;                   /* file size (in bytes) */
> > +-  } __attribute__ ((packed));
> > +-
> > + /* The "boot code" we put into the filesystem... it writes a
> message and
> > +    tells the user to try again */
> > +
> > +@@ -356,7 +339,6 @@ static struct msdos_dir_entry *root_dir;
> > + static int size_root_dir; /* Size of the root directory in bytes */
> > + static int sectors_per_cluster = 0;       /* Number of sectors per disk
> cluster */
> > + static int root_dir_entries = 0;  /* Number of root directory
> entries */
> > +-static int root_dir_num_entries = 0;
> > + static int last_cluster_written = 0;
> > +
> > + static char *blank_sector;                /* Blank sector - all zeros
> */
> > +@@ -1315,7 +1297,7 @@ setup_tables (void)
> > +       de->date = CT_LE_W((unsigned short)(ctime->tm_mday +
> > +                                     ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> > +                                     ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> > +-      de->ctime_ms = 0;
> > ++      de->ctime_cs = 0;
> > +       de->ctime = de->time;
> > +       de->cdate = de->date;
> > +       de->adate = de->date;
> > +@@ -1451,16 +1433,23 @@ write_tables (void)
> > +
> > + /* Add a file to the specified directory entry, and also write it
> into the image */
> > +
> > +-static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *base, char *ext) {
> > ++static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *dos_name) {
> > +
> > +   char *ch = filename;
> > +   int i, len;
> > +
> > +-  memset(base, 0x20, 8);
> > +-  memset(ext, 0x20, 3);
> > ++  if (!strcmp(filename, ".")) {
> > ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOT, MSDOS_NAME);
> > ++    return;
> > ++  }
> > ++  if (!strcmp(filename, "..")) {
> > ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOTDOT, MSDOS_NAME);
> > ++    return;
> > ++  }
> > ++  memset(dos_name, 0x20, MSDOS_NAME);
> > +
> > +   for(len = 0 ; *ch && *ch != '.'; ch++) {
> > +-    base[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> > ++    dos_name[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> > +     if (len == 8) break;
> > +   }
> > +
> > +@@ -1468,7 +1457,7 @@ static void copy_filename(char *filename
> > +   if (*ch) ch++;
> > +
> > +   for(len = 0 ; *ch; ch++) {
> > +-    ext[len++] = toupper(*ch);
> > ++    dos_name[8 + len++] = toupper(*ch);
> > +     if (len == 3) break;
> > +   }
> > + }
> > +@@ -1551,7 +1540,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +   int start;
> > +   int usedsec, totalsec;
> > +
> > +-  char name83[8], ext83[3];
> > ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
> > +
> > +   struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
> > +   int i;
> > +@@ -1562,23 +1551,22 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +   if (dir->root) {
> > +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> > +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
> > ++      return;
> > +     }
> > +   }
> > +   else {
> > +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> > +-      if (!dir->table)
> > +-  dir->table =
> > +-    (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-      else {
> > +-  dir->table =
> > +-    (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries +
> 1) *
> > +-                                       sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-
> > +-  memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-      }
> > +-
> > +-      dir->entries++;
> > +-    }
> > ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long filename */
> > ++    if (!dir->table)
> > ++      dir->table =
> > ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    else
> > ++      dir->table =
> > ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir-
> >entries + 1) *
> > ++                                       sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    if (!dir->table)
> > ++      printf("Error - realloc failed\n");
> > ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    dir->entries += 2;
> > +   }
> > +
> > +   infile = open(filename, O_RDONLY, 0);
> > +@@ -1611,13 +1599,13 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +     return -1;
> > +   }
> > +
> > +-  printf("ADD %s\n", filename);
> > ++  printf("ADD FILE %s\n", filename);
> > +
> > +   /* Grab the basename of the file */
> > +   base = basename(filename);
> > +
> > +-  /* Extract out the 8.3 name */
> > +-  copy_filename(base, name83, ext83);
> > ++  /* convert for dos fat structure  */
> > ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
> > +
> > +   /* Make an extended name slot */
> > +
> > +@@ -1629,12 +1617,9 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +
> > +   slot->alias_checksum = 0;
> > +
> > +-  for(i = 0; i < 8; i++)
> > +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
> >alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + name83[i];
> > ++  for(i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
> > ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
> >alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
> > +
> > +-  for(i = 0; i < 3; i++)
> > +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
> >alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + ext83[i];
> > +-
> > +   p = base;
> > +
> > +   copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
> > +@@ -1645,8 +1630,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +   /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
> > +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
> > +
> > +-  strncpy(entry->name, name83, 8);
> > +-  strncpy(entry->ext, ext83, 3);
> > ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
> > +
> > +
> > +   /* If the user has it read only, then add read only to the
> incoming
> > +@@ -1665,7 +1649,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +                                 ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> > +                                 ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> > +
> > +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
> > ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
> > +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
> > +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
> > +   entry->adate = entry->date;
> > +@@ -1711,6 +1695,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
> > +
> > +  exit_add:
> > +   if (infile) close(infile);
> > ++  return 0;
> > + }
> > +
> > + /* Add a new directory to the specified directory entry, and in
> turn populate
> > +@@ -1727,10 +1712,18 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> > +   struct dirent *dentry = 0;
> > +   int remain;
> > +   char *data;
> > ++  char *base;
> > ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
> > ++  struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
> > ++  int i;
> > ++  char *p;
> > +
> > +   /* If the directory doesn't exist */
> > +-  if (!rddir) return;
> > +-
> > ++  if (!rddir) {
> > ++    printf("Error - dir does not exist: %s\n", filename);
> > ++    return;
> > ++  }
> > ++
> > +   if (dir->root) {
> > +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> > +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
> > +@@ -1738,28 +1731,58 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> > +     }
> > +   }
> > +   else {
> > +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
> > +-      if (!dir->table)
> > +-  dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-      else {
> > +-  dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir-
> >entries + 1) *
> > +-                                                  sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-
> > +-  /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
> > +-  memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > +-      }
> > +-  dir->entries++;
> > ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long name of the directory */
> > ++    if (!dir->table)
> > ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 *
> sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    else
> > ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2
> * (dir->entries + 1) *
> > ++
> sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    if (!dir->table) {
> > ++      printf("Error - memory allocation failed\n");
> > ++      goto exit_add_dir;
> > +     }
> > ++    /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
> > ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct
> msdos_dir_entry));
> > ++    dir->entries += 2;
> > +   }
> > +
> > ++  printf("ADD DIR %s\n", filename);
> > +   /* Now, create a new directory entry for the new directory */
> > +   newdir = (struct dir_entry *) calloc(1, sizeof(struct
> dir_entry));
> > +-  if (!newdir) goto exit_add_dir;
> > ++  if (!newdir) {
> > ++    printf("Error - calloc failed\n");
> > ++    goto exit_add_dir;
> > ++  }
> > ++
> > ++  /* Grab the basename of the file */
> > ++  base = basename(filename);
> > ++
> > ++  /* convert for dos structure  */
> > ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
> > ++
> > ++  /* Make an extended name slot */
> > ++  slot = (struct msdos_dir_slot *) &dir->table[dir->count++];
> > ++  slot->id = 'A';
> > ++  slot->attr = 0x0F;
> > ++  slot->reserved = 0;
> > ++  slot->start = 0;
> > ++
> > ++  slot->alias_checksum = 0;
> > +
> > ++  for (i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
> > ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
> >alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
> > ++
> > ++  p = base;
> > ++
> > ++  copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
> > ++  copy_name(slot->name5_10, 12, &p);
> > ++  copy_name(slot->name11_12, 4, &p);
> > ++
> > ++  /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
> > +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
> > +
> > +-  strncpy(entry->name, basename(filename), sizeof(entry->name));
> > +-
> > ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
> > ++
> > +   entry->attr = ATTR_DIR;
> > +   ctime = localtime(&create_time);
> > +
> > +@@ -1770,25 +1793,32 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> > +                                 ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
> > +                                 ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
> > +
> > +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
> > ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
> > +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
> > +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
> > +   entry->adate = entry->date;
> > +
> > +   /* Now, read the directory */
> > +
> > +-  while((dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
> > ++
> > ++  while((base[0] != '.') && (dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
> > +     struct stat st;
> > +     char *buffer;
> > +-
> > +-    if (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".") || !strcmp(dentry->d_name,
> ".."))
> > +-      continue;
> > +
> > +-    /* DOS wouldn't like a typical unix . (dot) file, so we skip
> those too */
> > +-    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
> > ++    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') {
> > ++        /* dos also has . & .. directory entries */
> > ++      if (! ((!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".")) || (!strcmp(dentry-
> >d_name, "..")))) {
> > ++        /* ignore other .* files */
> > ++        printf("Error - File/Dir name is not dos compatible,
> ignored: %s\n", dentry->d_name);
> > ++        continue;
> > ++      }
> > ++    }
> > +
> > +     buffer = malloc(strlen(filename) + strlen(dentry->d_name) + 3);
> > +-    if (!buffer) continue;
> > ++    if (!buffer) {
> > ++        printf("Error - malloc failed\n");
> > ++        goto exit_add_dir;
> > ++    }
> > +
> > +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", filename, dentry->d_name);
> > +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
> > +@@ -1806,11 +1836,23 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
> > +   /* Now that the entire directory has been written, go ahead and
> write the directory
> > +      entry as well */
> > +
> > ++  entry->size = 0; /* a directory has zero size */
> > ++
> > ++  if (base[0] == '.')  { /* . & .. point to parent's cluster */
> > ++    goto exit_add_dir;
> > ++  }
> > ++
> > +   entry->start = CT_LE_W(last_cluster_written);
> > +   entry->starthi = CT_LE_W((last_cluster_written & 0xFFFF0000) >>
> 16);
> > +-  entry->size = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
> > ++
> > ++/* . dir start points to parent */
> > ++  newdir->table[1].start = entry->start;
> > ++/* .. dir points to parent of parent*/
> > ++/* .. dir start is not set yet, would need more changes to the
> code,
> > ++ * but dosfsck can fix these .. entry start pointers correctly */
> > ++
> > ++  remain = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
> > +
> > +-  remain = entry->size;
> > +   data = (char *) newdir->table;
> > +
> > +   while(remain) {
> > +@@ -1858,6 +1900,7 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
> > +
> > +   if (!newdir) {
> > +     closedir(dir);
> > ++    printf("Error - calloc failed!\n");
> > +     return;
> > +   }
> > +
> > +@@ -1877,7 +1920,10 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
> > +     if (entry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
> > +
> > +     buffer = malloc(strlen(dirname) + strlen(entry->d_name) + 3);
> > +-    if (!buffer) continue;
> > ++    if (!buffer) {
> > ++        printf("Error - malloc failed!\n");
> > ++        continue;
> > ++    }
> > +
> > +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", dirname, entry->d_name);
> > +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
> > +@@ -2245,6 +2291,9 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
> > +   if (check && listfile)  /* Auto and specified bad block handling
> are mutually */
> > +     die ("-c and -l are incompatible");           /* exclusive of
> each other! */
> > +
> > ++  if (dirname && (size_fat == 32))
> > ++    die ("-d is incompatible with FAT32");
> > ++
> > +   if (!create) {
> > +     check_mount (device_name);    /* Is the device already mounted?
> */
> > +     dev = open (device_name, O_RDWR);     /* Is it a suitable device to
> build the FS on? */
> > diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> > index 66eeb7c..ec75ac9 100644
> > --- a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> > +++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
> > @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ DESCRIPTION = "DOS FAT Filesystem Utilities"
> >  SECTION = "base"
> >  LICENSE = "GPLv2"
> >  LIC_FILES_CHKSUM =
> "file://mkdosfs/COPYING;md5=cbe67f08d6883bff587f615f0cc81aa8"
> > -PR = "r3"
> > +PR = "r4"
> >
> >  SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-
> erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}.src.tar.gz \
> >             file://mkdosfs-bootcode.patch \
> > @@ -16,7 +16,8 @@ SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-
> erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}
> >             file://msdos_fat12_undefined.patch \
> >             file://dosfstools-msdos_fs-types.patch \
> >             file://include-linux-types.patch \
> > -           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch "
> > +           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch \
> > +           file://fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch "
> >
> >  SRC_URI[md5sum] = "407d405ade410f7597d364ab5dc8c9f6"
> >  SRC_URI[sha256sum] =
> "0eac6d12388b3d9ed78684529c1b0d9346fa2abbe406c4d4a3eb5a023c98a484"
>
> --
> Darren Hart
> Intel Open Source Technology Center
> Yocto Project - Linux Kernel
Darren Hart - Dec. 16, 2011, 12:15 a.m.
On 12/15/2011 02:03 PM, Kamble, Nitin A wrote:
> 
> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Darren Hart [mailto:dvhart@linux.intel.com]
>> Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 12:43 PM
>> To: Patches and discussions about the oe-core layer
>> Cc: Kamble, Nitin A
>> Subject: Re: [OE-core] [PATCH 1/1] dosfstools: fix populated image
>> creation with dirs
>>
>>
>>
>> On 12/14/2011 05:47 PM, nitin.a.kamble@intel.com wrote:
>>> From: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
>>>
>>> This fixes bug: [YOCTO #1783]
>>>
>>> Fix populated image creation. Earlier subdirectories support
>>> was broken, and files can only be placed in the root directory.
>>> Now directory hirarchy is supported in the image. Also support
>>> for long names is extended to directory names.
>>>
>>> There are some outstanding issues as documented in the patch
>>> header, these issues can be worked around by running
>>> dosfsck tool after populated image creation. The dosfsck tool
>>> is also part of this package.
>>>
>>
>> When using this patch to place the EFI related files into /EFI/BOOT I
>> added a "dosfsck -a -l ..." command after the "mkdosfs -d ..." command
>> to clean up issues. Unfortunatley, it does not appear capable of fixing
>> the . and .. failures:
> 
> Darren, Looks like you are on the old commit. I don't see these issues.

You are correct, I was cleaning dosfstools instead of dosfstools-native.
Doh. The current dosfsck output is:

dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
Checking file /ldlinux.sys (LDLINUX.SYS)
Checking file /initrd (INITRD)
Checking file /syslinux.cfg (SYSLINUX.CFG)
Checking file /EFI (EFI)
Checking file /vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
Checking file /rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
/vmlinuz
  File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152 bytes.
  Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
Checking file /EFI/.. (..)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT (BOOT)
Checking file /EFI/. (.)
/EFI/..
  Start (16022) does not point to .. (0)
/EFI/.
  Start (0) does not point to parent (16022)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/.. (..)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/. (.)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/initrd (INITRD)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
Checking file /EFI/BOOT/rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
/EFI/BOOT/..
  Start (16021) does not point to .. (16022)
/EFI/BOOT/.
  Start (0) does not point to parent (16021)
/EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz
  File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152 bytes.
  Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
Performing changes.
/build/poky/fri2/tmp/deploy/images/core-image-minimal-fri2-noemgd-20111216000605.hddimg:
12 files, 26635/26828 clusters

It does work in my live image tests however.

--
Darren


> Nitin
> 
>>
>> | dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
>> | Checking file /ldlinux.sys (LDLINUX.SYS)
>> | Checking file /initrd (INITRD)
>> | Checking file /syslinux.cfg (SYSLINUX.CFG)
>> | Checking file /EFI (EFI)
>> | Checking file /grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
>> | Checking file /bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
>> | Checking file /vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
>> | Checking file /rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
>> | /EFI
>> |   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
>> | /vmlinuz
>> |   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152
>> bytes.
>> |   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT (BOOT)
>> | /EFI
>> |   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
>> | /EFI
>> |   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
>> | /EFI/BOOT
>> |   Directory has non-zero size. Fixing it.
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/initrd (INITRD)
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg (GRUB.CFG)
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/bootia32.efi (BOOTIA32.EFI)
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz (VMLINUZ)
>> | Checking file /EFI/BOOT/rootfs.img (ROOTFS.IMG)
>> | /EFI/BOOT
>> |   "." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
>> | /EFI/BOOT
>> |   ".." is missing. Can't fix this yet.
>> | /EFI/BOOT/vmlinuz
>> |   File size is 4144896 bytes, cluster chain length is > 4145152
>> bytes.
>> |   Truncating file to 4144896 bytes.
>> | Performing changes.
>> |
>> /build/poky/fri2/tmp/deploy/images/core-image-minimal-fri2-noemgd-
>> 20111215191648.hddimg:
>> 14 files, 26837/27029 clusters
>>
>> --
>> Darren
>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
>>> ---
>>>  .../dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch  |  489
>> ++++++++++++++++++++
>>>  .../recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb |    5 +-
>>>  2 files changed, 492 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
>>>  create mode 100644 meta/recipes-
>> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
>>>
>>> diff --git a/meta/recipes-
>> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
>> b/meta/recipes-
>> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
>>> new file mode 100644
>>> index 0000000..510f12e
>>> --- /dev/null
>>> +++ b/meta/recipes-
>> devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
>>> @@ -0,0 +1,489 @@
>>> +UpstreamStatus: Inappropriate
>>> +
>>> +This patch fixes populated dosfs image creation with directory
>>> +structures. Earlier it was causing segfault; and only image
>>> +population with no subdirectories was working.
>>> +
>>> +Issues fixed:
>>> +1. (dir->count == dir->entries) check was only needed for root
>>> +   directory entries. And this check is wrong for non-root
>>> +   directories.
>>> +2. For each dir entry 2 dir->table entries were needed, one for
>>> +   the file/dir and 2nd for long file name support. Earlier long
>>> +   name support was added for filenames but the 2nd entry
>>> +   allocation, initialization & counting was missed.
>>> +3. The memory clearing was missed at the code path after dir->table
>>> +   memroy allocation.
>>> +4. Add entries for . & .. directories in all non-root directories.
>>> +5. The . directory points to the correct entry in fat now.
>>> +6. All directoriy entries' size was not zero as required for
>> dosfsck,
>>> +   Now all directory entries' size is zero.
>>> +
>>> +Enhancements:
>>> +1. Added support for long names for directory names. This is same
>>> +   as the existing long name support for filenames.
>>> +2. Added error messages for previously silent memory allocation and
>>> +   other errors.
>>> +3. -d options does not work correctly with fat32, so now throwing
>>> +   an error for that.
>>> +4. Use predefined structures from kernel's msdos_fs.h file, rather
>>> +   than defining again here. And accordingly change the names & use
>>> +   of structure variables.
>>> +
>>> +Outstanding Issues:
>>> +1. The .. directory entry do not point to the parent of current
>>> +   directory. This issue can be fixed by running dosfsck -a after
>>> +   image creation.
>>> +2. For files the filesize is correct, but the clusters size is more
>>> +   than it needs to be, this also can be fixed by running dosfsck -a
>>> +   after image creation.
>>> +
>>> +Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
>>> +2011/12/13
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Index: dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
>>> +===================================================================
>>> +--- dosfstools-2.11.orig/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
>>> ++++ dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
>>> +@@ -21,7 +21,17 @@
>>> +    June 2004 - Jordan Crouse (info.linux@amd.com)
>>> +    Added -d <directory> support to populate the image
>>> +    Copyright (C) 2004, Advanced Micro Devices, All Rights Reserved
>>> +-
>>> ++
>>> ++   2011-12-13: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
>>> ++   Enhanced the -d <directory> support for population of image
>> while
>>> ++   creation. Earlier subdirectores support was broken, only files
>> in
>>> ++   the rootdir were supported. Now directory hirarchy is supported.
>>> ++   Also added long filename support to directory names.
>>> ++     The -d <directory> option (image population while creation)
>>> ++   is broken with fat32.
>>> ++   Copyright (C) 2011, Intel Corporation, All Rights Reserved
>>> ++
>>> ++
>>> +    Fixes/additions May 1998 by Roman Hodek
>>> +    <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>:
>>> +    - Atari format support
>>> +@@ -86,23 +96,23 @@
>>> + # undef __KERNEL__
>>> + #endif
>>> +
>>> +-#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
>>> +-
>>> ++#ifndef __ASM_STUB_BYTEORDER_H__
>>> + #include <asm/byteorder.h>
>>> +-#ifdef __le16_to_cpu
>>> +-/* ++roman: 2.1 kernel headers define these function, they're
>> probably more
>>> +- * efficient then coding the swaps machine-independently. */
>>> +-#define CF_LE_W   __le16_to_cpu
>>> +-#define CF_LE_L   __le32_to_cpu
>>> +-#define CT_LE_W   __cpu_to_le16
>>> +-#define CT_LE_L   __cpu_to_le32
>>> +-#else
>>> +-#define CF_LE_W(v) ((((v) & 0xff) << 8) | (((v) >> 8) & 0xff))
>>> +-#define CF_LE_L(v) (((unsigned)(v)>>24) |
>> (((unsigned)(v)>>8)&0xff00) | \
>>> +-               (((unsigned)(v)<<8)&0xff0000) | ((unsigned)(v)<<24))
>>> ++#endif
>>> ++
>>> ++#include <linux/msdos_fs.h>
>>> ++
>>> ++#undef CF_LE_W
>>> ++#undef CF_LE_L
>>> ++#undef CT_LE_W
>>> ++#undef CT_LE_L
>>> ++
>>> ++#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
>>> ++#include <byteswap.h>
>>> ++#define CF_LE_W(v) bswap_16(v)
>>> ++#define CF_LE_L(v) bswap_32(v)
>>> + #define CT_LE_W(v) CF_LE_W(v)
>>> + #define CT_LE_L(v) CF_LE_L(v)
>>> +-#endif /* defined(__le16_to_cpu) */
>>> +
>>> + #else
>>> +
>>> +@@ -253,33 +263,6 @@ struct fat32_fsinfo {
>>> +   __u32           reserved2[4];
>>> + };
>>> +
>>> +-/* This stores up to 13 chars of the name */
>>> +-
>>> +-struct msdos_dir_slot {
>>> +-        __u8    id;             /* sequence number for slot */
>>> +-        __u8    name0_4[10];    /* first 5 characters in name */
>>> +-        __u8    attr;           /* attribute byte */
>>> +-        __u8    reserved;       /* always 0 */
>>> +-        __u8    alias_checksum; /* checksum for 8.3 alias */
>>> +-        __u8    name5_10[12];   /* 6 more characters in name */
>>> +-        __u16   start;          /* starting cluster number, 0 in
>> long slots */
>>> +-        __u8    name11_12[4];   /* last 2 characters in name */
>>> +-};
>>> +-
>>> +-struct msdos_dir_entry
>>> +-  {
>>> +-    char  name[8], ext[3];        /* name and extension */
>>> +-    __u8        attr;                     /* attribute bits */
>>> +-    __u8  lcase;                  /* Case for base and
>> extension */
>>> +-    __u8  ctime_ms;               /* Creation time, milliseconds */
>>> +-    __u16 ctime;                  /* Creation time */
>>> +-    __u16 cdate;                  /* Creation date */
>>> +-    __u16 adate;                  /* Last access date */
>>> +-    __u16 starthi;                /* high 16 bits of first cl.
>> (FAT32) */
>>> +-    __u16 time, date, start;      /* time, date and first
>> cluster */
>>> +-    __u32 size;                   /* file size (in bytes) */
>>> +-  } __attribute__ ((packed));
>>> +-
>>> + /* The "boot code" we put into the filesystem... it writes a
>> message and
>>> +    tells the user to try again */
>>> +
>>> +@@ -356,7 +339,6 @@ static struct msdos_dir_entry *root_dir;
>>> + static int size_root_dir; /* Size of the root directory in bytes */
>>> + static int sectors_per_cluster = 0;       /* Number of sectors per disk
>> cluster */
>>> + static int root_dir_entries = 0;  /* Number of root directory
>> entries */
>>> +-static int root_dir_num_entries = 0;
>>> + static int last_cluster_written = 0;
>>> +
>>> + static char *blank_sector;                /* Blank sector - all zeros
>> */
>>> +@@ -1315,7 +1297,7 @@ setup_tables (void)
>>> +       de->date = CT_LE_W((unsigned short)(ctime->tm_mday +
>>> +                                     ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
>>> +                                     ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
>>> +-      de->ctime_ms = 0;
>>> ++      de->ctime_cs = 0;
>>> +       de->ctime = de->time;
>>> +       de->cdate = de->date;
>>> +       de->adate = de->date;
>>> +@@ -1451,16 +1433,23 @@ write_tables (void)
>>> +
>>> + /* Add a file to the specified directory entry, and also write it
>> into the image */
>>> +
>>> +-static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *base, char *ext) {
>>> ++static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *dos_name) {
>>> +
>>> +   char *ch = filename;
>>> +   int i, len;
>>> +
>>> +-  memset(base, 0x20, 8);
>>> +-  memset(ext, 0x20, 3);
>>> ++  if (!strcmp(filename, ".")) {
>>> ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOT, MSDOS_NAME);
>>> ++    return;
>>> ++  }
>>> ++  if (!strcmp(filename, "..")) {
>>> ++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOTDOT, MSDOS_NAME);
>>> ++    return;
>>> ++  }
>>> ++  memset(dos_name, 0x20, MSDOS_NAME);
>>> +
>>> +   for(len = 0 ; *ch && *ch != '.'; ch++) {
>>> +-    base[len++] = toupper(*ch);
>>> ++    dos_name[len++] = toupper(*ch);
>>> +     if (len == 8) break;
>>> +   }
>>> +
>>> +@@ -1468,7 +1457,7 @@ static void copy_filename(char *filename
>>> +   if (*ch) ch++;
>>> +
>>> +   for(len = 0 ; *ch; ch++) {
>>> +-    ext[len++] = toupper(*ch);
>>> ++    dos_name[8 + len++] = toupper(*ch);
>>> +     if (len == 3) break;
>>> +   }
>>> + }
>>> +@@ -1551,7 +1540,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +   int start;
>>> +   int usedsec, totalsec;
>>> +
>>> +-  char name83[8], ext83[3];
>>> ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
>>> +
>>> +   struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
>>> +   int i;
>>> +@@ -1562,23 +1551,22 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +   if (dir->root) {
>>> +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
>>> +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
>>> ++      return;
>>> +     }
>>> +   }
>>> +   else {
>>> +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
>>> +-      if (!dir->table)
>>> +-  dir->table =
>>> +-    (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-      else {
>>> +-  dir->table =
>>> +-    (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries +
>> 1) *
>>> +-                                       sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-
>>> +-  memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-      }
>>> +-
>>> +-      dir->entries++;
>>> +-    }
>>> ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long filename */
>>> ++    if (!dir->table)
>>> ++      dir->table =
>>> ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    else
>>> ++      dir->table =
>>> ++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir-
>>> entries + 1) *
>>> ++                                       sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    if (!dir->table)
>>> ++      printf("Error - realloc failed\n");
>>> ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    dir->entries += 2;
>>> +   }
>>> +
>>> +   infile = open(filename, O_RDONLY, 0);
>>> +@@ -1611,13 +1599,13 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +     return -1;
>>> +   }
>>> +
>>> +-  printf("ADD %s\n", filename);
>>> ++  printf("ADD FILE %s\n", filename);
>>> +
>>> +   /* Grab the basename of the file */
>>> +   base = basename(filename);
>>> +
>>> +-  /* Extract out the 8.3 name */
>>> +-  copy_filename(base, name83, ext83);
>>> ++  /* convert for dos fat structure  */
>>> ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
>>> +
>>> +   /* Make an extended name slot */
>>> +
>>> +@@ -1629,12 +1617,9 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +
>>> +   slot->alias_checksum = 0;
>>> +
>>> +-  for(i = 0; i < 8; i++)
>>> +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
>>> alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + name83[i];
>>> ++  for(i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
>>> ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
>>> alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
>>> +
>>> +-  for(i = 0; i < 3; i++)
>>> +-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
>>> alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + ext83[i];
>>> +-
>>> +   p = base;
>>> +
>>> +   copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
>>> +@@ -1645,8 +1630,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +   /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
>>> +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
>>> +
>>> +-  strncpy(entry->name, name83, 8);
>>> +-  strncpy(entry->ext, ext83, 3);
>>> ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +   /* If the user has it read only, then add read only to the
>> incoming
>>> +@@ -1665,7 +1649,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +                                 ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
>>> +                                 ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
>>> +
>>> +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
>>> ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
>>> +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
>>> +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
>>> +   entry->adate = entry->date;
>>> +@@ -1711,6 +1695,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
>>> +
>>> +  exit_add:
>>> +   if (infile) close(infile);
>>> ++  return 0;
>>> + }
>>> +
>>> + /* Add a new directory to the specified directory entry, and in
>> turn populate
>>> +@@ -1727,10 +1712,18 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
>>> +   struct dirent *dentry = 0;
>>> +   int remain;
>>> +   char *data;
>>> ++  char *base;
>>> ++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
>>> ++  struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
>>> ++  int i;
>>> ++  char *p;
>>> +
>>> +   /* If the directory doesn't exist */
>>> +-  if (!rddir) return;
>>> +-
>>> ++  if (!rddir) {
>>> ++    printf("Error - dir does not exist: %s\n", filename);
>>> ++    return;
>>> ++  }
>>> ++
>>> +   if (dir->root) {
>>> +     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
>>> +       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
>>> +@@ -1738,28 +1731,58 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
>>> +     }
>>> +   }
>>> +   else {
>>> +-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
>>> +-      if (!dir->table)
>>> +-  dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-      else {
>>> +-  dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir-
>>> entries + 1) *
>>> +-                                                  sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-
>>> +-  /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
>>> +-  memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> +-      }
>>> +-  dir->entries++;
>>> ++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long name of the directory */
>>> ++    if (!dir->table)
>>> ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 *
>> sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    else
>>> ++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2
>> * (dir->entries + 1) *
>>> ++
>> sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    if (!dir->table) {
>>> ++      printf("Error - memory allocation failed\n");
>>> ++      goto exit_add_dir;
>>> +     }
>>> ++    /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
>>> ++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct
>> msdos_dir_entry));
>>> ++    dir->entries += 2;
>>> +   }
>>> +
>>> ++  printf("ADD DIR %s\n", filename);
>>> +   /* Now, create a new directory entry for the new directory */
>>> +   newdir = (struct dir_entry *) calloc(1, sizeof(struct
>> dir_entry));
>>> +-  if (!newdir) goto exit_add_dir;
>>> ++  if (!newdir) {
>>> ++    printf("Error - calloc failed\n");
>>> ++    goto exit_add_dir;
>>> ++  }
>>> ++
>>> ++  /* Grab the basename of the file */
>>> ++  base = basename(filename);
>>> ++
>>> ++  /* convert for dos structure  */
>>> ++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
>>> ++
>>> ++  /* Make an extended name slot */
>>> ++  slot = (struct msdos_dir_slot *) &dir->table[dir->count++];
>>> ++  slot->id = 'A';
>>> ++  slot->attr = 0x0F;
>>> ++  slot->reserved = 0;
>>> ++  slot->start = 0;
>>> ++
>>> ++  slot->alias_checksum = 0;
>>> +
>>> ++  for (i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
>>> ++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot-
>>> alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
>>> ++
>>> ++  p = base;
>>> ++
>>> ++  copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
>>> ++  copy_name(slot->name5_10, 12, &p);
>>> ++  copy_name(slot->name11_12, 4, &p);
>>> ++
>>> ++  /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
>>> +   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
>>> +
>>> +-  strncpy(entry->name, basename(filename), sizeof(entry->name));
>>> +-
>>> ++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
>>> ++
>>> +   entry->attr = ATTR_DIR;
>>> +   ctime = localtime(&create_time);
>>> +
>>> +@@ -1770,25 +1793,32 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
>>> +                                 ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
>>> +                                 ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
>>> +
>>> +-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
>>> ++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
>>> +   entry->ctime = entry->time;
>>> +   entry->cdate = entry->date;
>>> +   entry->adate = entry->date;
>>> +
>>> +   /* Now, read the directory */
>>> +
>>> +-  while((dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
>>> ++
>>> ++  while((base[0] != '.') && (dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
>>> +     struct stat st;
>>> +     char *buffer;
>>> +-
>>> +-    if (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".") || !strcmp(dentry->d_name,
>> ".."))
>>> +-      continue;
>>> +
>>> +-    /* DOS wouldn't like a typical unix . (dot) file, so we skip
>> those too */
>>> +-    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
>>> ++    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') {
>>> ++        /* dos also has . & .. directory entries */
>>> ++      if (! ((!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".")) || (!strcmp(dentry-
>>> d_name, "..")))) {
>>> ++        /* ignore other .* files */
>>> ++        printf("Error - File/Dir name is not dos compatible,
>> ignored: %s\n", dentry->d_name);
>>> ++        continue;
>>> ++      }
>>> ++    }
>>> +
>>> +     buffer = malloc(strlen(filename) + strlen(dentry->d_name) + 3);
>>> +-    if (!buffer) continue;
>>> ++    if (!buffer) {
>>> ++        printf("Error - malloc failed\n");
>>> ++        goto exit_add_dir;
>>> ++    }
>>> +
>>> +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", filename, dentry->d_name);
>>> +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
>>> +@@ -1806,11 +1836,23 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
>>> +   /* Now that the entire directory has been written, go ahead and
>> write the directory
>>> +      entry as well */
>>> +
>>> ++  entry->size = 0; /* a directory has zero size */
>>> ++
>>> ++  if (base[0] == '.')  { /* . & .. point to parent's cluster */
>>> ++    goto exit_add_dir;
>>> ++  }
>>> ++
>>> +   entry->start = CT_LE_W(last_cluster_written);
>>> +   entry->starthi = CT_LE_W((last_cluster_written & 0xFFFF0000) >>
>> 16);
>>> +-  entry->size = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
>>> ++
>>> ++/* . dir start points to parent */
>>> ++  newdir->table[1].start = entry->start;
>>> ++/* .. dir points to parent of parent*/
>>> ++/* .. dir start is not set yet, would need more changes to the
>> code,
>>> ++ * but dosfsck can fix these .. entry start pointers correctly */
>>> ++
>>> ++  remain = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
>>> +
>>> +-  remain = entry->size;
>>> +   data = (char *) newdir->table;
>>> +
>>> +   while(remain) {
>>> +@@ -1858,6 +1900,7 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
>>> +
>>> +   if (!newdir) {
>>> +     closedir(dir);
>>> ++    printf("Error - calloc failed!\n");
>>> +     return;
>>> +   }
>>> +
>>> +@@ -1877,7 +1920,10 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
>>> +     if (entry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
>>> +
>>> +     buffer = malloc(strlen(dirname) + strlen(entry->d_name) + 3);
>>> +-    if (!buffer) continue;
>>> ++    if (!buffer) {
>>> ++        printf("Error - malloc failed!\n");
>>> ++        continue;
>>> ++    }
>>> +
>>> +     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", dirname, entry->d_name);
>>> +     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
>>> +@@ -2245,6 +2291,9 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
>>> +   if (check && listfile)  /* Auto and specified bad block handling
>> are mutually */
>>> +     die ("-c and -l are incompatible");           /* exclusive of
>> each other! */
>>> +
>>> ++  if (dirname && (size_fat == 32))
>>> ++    die ("-d is incompatible with FAT32");
>>> ++
>>> +   if (!create) {
>>> +     check_mount (device_name);    /* Is the device already mounted?
>> */
>>> +     dev = open (device_name, O_RDWR);     /* Is it a suitable device to
>> build the FS on? */
>>> diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
>> b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
>>> index 66eeb7c..ec75ac9 100644
>>> --- a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
>>> +++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
>>> @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ DESCRIPTION = "DOS FAT Filesystem Utilities"
>>>  SECTION = "base"
>>>  LICENSE = "GPLv2"
>>>  LIC_FILES_CHKSUM =
>> "file://mkdosfs/COPYING;md5=cbe67f08d6883bff587f615f0cc81aa8"
>>> -PR = "r3"
>>> +PR = "r4"
>>>
>>>  SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-
>> erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}.src.tar.gz \
>>>             file://mkdosfs-bootcode.patch \
>>> @@ -16,7 +16,8 @@ SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-
>> erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}
>>>             file://msdos_fat12_undefined.patch \
>>>             file://dosfstools-msdos_fs-types.patch \
>>>             file://include-linux-types.patch \
>>> -           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch "
>>> +           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch \
>>> +           file://fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch "
>>>
>>>  SRC_URI[md5sum] = "407d405ade410f7597d364ab5dc8c9f6"
>>>  SRC_URI[sha256sum] =
>> "0eac6d12388b3d9ed78684529c1b0d9346fa2abbe406c4d4a3eb5a023c98a484"
>>
>> --
>> Darren Hart
>> Intel Open Source Technology Center
>> Yocto Project - Linux Kernel

Patch

diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..510f12e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools/fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,489 @@ 
+UpstreamStatus: Inappropriate
+
+This patch fixes populated dosfs image creation with directory 
+structures. Earlier it was causing segfault; and only image 
+population with no subdirectories was working.
+
+Issues fixed:
+1. (dir->count == dir->entries) check was only needed for root 
+   directory entries. And this check is wrong for non-root 
+   directories.
+2. For each dir entry 2 dir->table entries were needed, one for 
+   the file/dir and 2nd for long file name support. Earlier long
+   name support was added for filenames but the 2nd entry 
+   allocation, initialization & counting was missed.
+3. The memory clearing was missed at the code path after dir->table 
+   memroy allocation.
+4. Add entries for . & .. directories in all non-root directories.
+5. The . directory points to the correct entry in fat now.
+6. All directoriy entries' size was not zero as required for dosfsck,
+   Now all directory entries' size is zero.
+
+Enhancements:
+1. Added support for long names for directory names. This is same
+   as the existing long name support for filenames.
+2. Added error messages for previously silent memory allocation and 
+   other errors.
+3. -d options does not work correctly with fat32, so now throwing 
+   an error for that.
+4. Use predefined structures from kernel's msdos_fs.h file, rather 
+   than defining again here. And accordingly change the names & use
+   of structure variables.
+
+Outstanding Issues:
+1. The .. directory entry do not point to the parent of current
+   directory. This issue can be fixed by running dosfsck -a after
+   image creation.
+2. For files the filesize is correct, but the clusters size is more 
+   than it needs to be, this also can be fixed by running dosfsck -a
+   after image creation.
+
+Signed-off-by: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com> 
+2011/12/13
+
+
+Index: dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
+===================================================================
+--- dosfstools-2.11.orig/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
++++ dosfstools-2.11/mkdosfs/mkdosfs.c
+@@ -21,7 +21,17 @@
+    June 2004 - Jordan Crouse (info.linux@amd.com)
+    Added -d <directory> support to populate the image
+    Copyright (C) 2004, Advanced Micro Devices, All Rights Reserved
+-   
++
++   2011-12-13: Nitin A Kamble <nitin.a.kamble@intel.com>
++   Enhanced the -d <directory> support for population of image while
++   creation. Earlier subdirectores support was broken, only files in
++   the rootdir were supported. Now directory hirarchy is supported.
++   Also added long filename support to directory names.
++     The -d <directory> option (image population while creation)
++   is broken with fat32.
++   Copyright (C) 2011, Intel Corporation, All Rights Reserved
++
++
+    Fixes/additions May 1998 by Roman Hodek
+    <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>:
+    - Atari format support
+@@ -86,23 +96,23 @@
+ # undef __KERNEL__
+ #endif
+ 
+-#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
+-
++#ifndef __ASM_STUB_BYTEORDER_H__
+ #include <asm/byteorder.h>
+-#ifdef __le16_to_cpu
+-/* ++roman: 2.1 kernel headers define these function, they're probably more
+- * efficient then coding the swaps machine-independently. */
+-#define CF_LE_W	__le16_to_cpu
+-#define CF_LE_L	__le32_to_cpu
+-#define CT_LE_W	__cpu_to_le16
+-#define CT_LE_L	__cpu_to_le32
+-#else
+-#define CF_LE_W(v) ((((v) & 0xff) << 8) | (((v) >> 8) & 0xff))
+-#define CF_LE_L(v) (((unsigned)(v)>>24) | (((unsigned)(v)>>8)&0xff00) | \
+-               (((unsigned)(v)<<8)&0xff0000) | ((unsigned)(v)<<24))
++#endif
++
++#include <linux/msdos_fs.h>
++
++#undef CF_LE_W
++#undef CF_LE_L
++#undef CT_LE_W
++#undef CT_LE_L
++
++#if __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
++#include <byteswap.h>
++#define CF_LE_W(v) bswap_16(v)
++#define CF_LE_L(v) bswap_32(v)
+ #define CT_LE_W(v) CF_LE_W(v)
+ #define CT_LE_L(v) CF_LE_L(v)
+-#endif /* defined(__le16_to_cpu) */
+     
+ #else
+ 
+@@ -253,33 +263,6 @@ struct fat32_fsinfo {
+   __u32		reserved2[4];
+ };
+ 
+-/* This stores up to 13 chars of the name */
+-
+-struct msdos_dir_slot {
+-        __u8    id;             /* sequence number for slot */
+-        __u8    name0_4[10];    /* first 5 characters in name */
+-        __u8    attr;           /* attribute byte */
+-        __u8    reserved;       /* always 0 */
+-        __u8    alias_checksum; /* checksum for 8.3 alias */
+-        __u8    name5_10[12];   /* 6 more characters in name */
+-        __u16   start;          /* starting cluster number, 0 in long slots */
+-        __u8    name11_12[4];   /* last 2 characters in name */
+-};
+-
+-struct msdos_dir_entry
+-  {
+-    char	name[8], ext[3];	/* name and extension */
+-    __u8        attr;			/* attribute bits */
+-    __u8	lcase;			/* Case for base and extension */
+-    __u8	ctime_ms;		/* Creation time, milliseconds */
+-    __u16	ctime;			/* Creation time */
+-    __u16	cdate;			/* Creation date */
+-    __u16	adate;			/* Last access date */
+-    __u16	starthi;		/* high 16 bits of first cl. (FAT32) */
+-    __u16	time, date, start;	/* time, date and first cluster */
+-    __u32	size;			/* file size (in bytes) */
+-  } __attribute__ ((packed));
+-
+ /* The "boot code" we put into the filesystem... it writes a message and
+    tells the user to try again */
+ 
+@@ -356,7 +339,6 @@ static struct msdos_dir_entry *root_dir;
+ static int size_root_dir;	/* Size of the root directory in bytes */
+ static int sectors_per_cluster = 0;	/* Number of sectors per disk cluster */
+ static int root_dir_entries = 0;	/* Number of root directory entries */
+-static int root_dir_num_entries = 0;
+ static int last_cluster_written = 0;
+ 
+ static char *blank_sector;		/* Blank sector - all zeros */
+@@ -1315,7 +1297,7 @@ setup_tables (void)
+       de->date = CT_LE_W((unsigned short)(ctime->tm_mday +
+ 					  ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
+ 					  ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
+-      de->ctime_ms = 0;
++      de->ctime_cs = 0;
+       de->ctime = de->time;
+       de->cdate = de->date;
+       de->adate = de->date;
+@@ -1451,16 +1433,23 @@ write_tables (void)
+ 
+ /* Add a file to the specified directory entry, and also write it into the image */
+ 
+-static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *base, char *ext) {
++static void copy_filename(char *filename, char *dos_name) {
+   
+   char *ch = filename;
+   int i, len;
+ 
+-  memset(base, 0x20, 8);
+-  memset(ext, 0x20, 3);
++  if (!strcmp(filename, ".")) {
++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOT, MSDOS_NAME);
++    return;
++  }
++  if (!strcmp(filename, "..")) {
++    strncpy(dos_name, MSDOS_DOTDOT, MSDOS_NAME);
++    return;
++  }
++  memset(dos_name, 0x20, MSDOS_NAME);
+   
+   for(len = 0 ; *ch && *ch != '.'; ch++) {
+-    base[len++] = toupper(*ch);
++    dos_name[len++] = toupper(*ch);
+     if (len == 8) break;
+   }
+   
+@@ -1468,7 +1457,7 @@ static void copy_filename(char *filename
+   if (*ch) ch++;
+   
+   for(len = 0 ; *ch; ch++) {
+-    ext[len++] = toupper(*ch);
++    dos_name[8 + len++] = toupper(*ch);
+     if (len == 3) break;
+   }
+ }
+@@ -1551,7 +1540,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+   int start;
+   int usedsec, totalsec;
+ 
+-  char name83[8], ext83[3];
++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
+ 
+   struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
+   int i;
+@@ -1562,23 +1551,22 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+   if (dir->root) {
+     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
+       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
++      return;
+     }
+   }
+   else {
+-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
+-      if (!dir->table) 
+-	dir->table = 
+-	  (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-      else {
+-	dir->table = 
+-	  (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries + 1) * 
+-					     sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-
+-	memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-      }
+-
+-      dir->entries++;
+-    }
++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long filename */
++    if (!dir->table)
++      dir->table =
++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    else
++      dir->table =
++        (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir->entries + 1) *
++      				     sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    if (!dir->table)
++      printf("Error - realloc failed\n");
++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    dir->entries += 2;
+   }
+ 
+   infile = open(filename, O_RDONLY, 0);
+@@ -1611,13 +1599,13 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+     return -1;
+   }
+ 
+-  printf("ADD %s\n", filename);
++  printf("ADD FILE %s\n", filename);
+ 
+   /* Grab the basename of the file */
+   base = basename(filename);
+   
+-  /* Extract out the 8.3 name */
+-  copy_filename(base, name83, ext83);
++  /* convert for dos fat structure  */
++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
+ 
+   /* Make an extended name slot */
+ 
+@@ -1629,12 +1617,9 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+   
+   slot->alias_checksum = 0;
+   
+-  for(i = 0; i < 8; i++) 
+-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + name83[i];
++  for(i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
+   
+-  for(i = 0; i < 3; i++) 
+-    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + ext83[i];
+-
+   p = base;
+ 
+   copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
+@@ -1645,8 +1630,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+   /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
+   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
+ 
+-  strncpy(entry->name, name83, 8);
+-  strncpy(entry->ext, ext83, 3);
++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
+ 
+ 
+   /* If the user has it read only, then add read only to the incoming
+@@ -1665,7 +1649,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+ 				      ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
+ 				      ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
+ 
+-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
+   entry->ctime = entry->time;
+   entry->cdate = entry->date;
+   entry->adate = entry->date;
+@@ -1711,6 +1695,7 @@ static int add_file(char *filename, stru
+ 
+  exit_add:
+   if (infile) close(infile);
++  return 0;
+ }
+ 
+ /* Add a new directory to the specified directory entry, and in turn populate 
+@@ -1727,10 +1712,18 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
+   struct dirent *dentry = 0;
+   int remain;
+   char *data;
++  char *base;
++  char dos_name[MSDOS_NAME+1];
++  struct msdos_dir_slot *slot;
++  int i;
++  char *p;
+ 
+   /* If the directory doesn't exist */
+-  if (!rddir) return;
+-  
++  if (!rddir) {
++    printf("Error - dir does not exist: %s\n", filename);
++    return;
++  }
++
+   if (dir->root) {
+     if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
+       printf("Error - too many directory entries\n");
+@@ -1738,28 +1731,58 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
+     }
+   }
+   else {
+-    if (dir->count == dir->entries) {
+-      if (!dir->table) 
+-	dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-      else {
+-	dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, (dir->entries + 1) * 
+-							sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-
+-	/* Zero it out to avoid issues */
+-	memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
+-      }
+-	dir->entries++;
++    /* 2 entries, one extra for long name of the directory */
++    if (!dir->table)
++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) malloc(2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    else
++      dir->table = (struct msdos_dir_entry *) realloc(dir->table, 2 * (dir->entries + 1) *
++                                                             sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    if (!dir->table) {
++      printf("Error - memory allocation failed\n");
++      goto exit_add_dir;
+     }
++    /* Zero it out to avoid issues */
++    memset(&dir->table[dir->entries], 0, 2 * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry));
++    dir->entries += 2;
+   }
+ 
++  printf("ADD DIR %s\n", filename);
+   /* Now, create a new directory entry for the new directory */
+   newdir = (struct dir_entry *) calloc(1, sizeof(struct dir_entry));
+-  if (!newdir) goto exit_add_dir;
++  if (!newdir) {
++    printf("Error - calloc failed\n");
++    goto exit_add_dir;
++  }
++
++  /* Grab the basename of the file */
++  base = basename(filename);
++
++  /* convert for dos structure  */
++  copy_filename(base, dos_name);
++
++  /* Make an extended name slot */
++  slot = (struct msdos_dir_slot *) &dir->table[dir->count++];
++  slot->id = 'A';
++  slot->attr = 0x0F;
++  slot->reserved = 0;
++  slot->start = 0;
++
++  slot->alias_checksum = 0;
+ 
++  for (i = 0; i < MSDOS_NAME; i++)
++    slot->alias_checksum = (((slot->alias_checksum&1)<<7)|((slot->alias_checksum&0xfe)>>1)) + dos_name[i];
++
++  p = base;
++
++  copy_name(slot->name0_4, 10, &p);
++  copy_name(slot->name5_10, 12, &p);
++  copy_name(slot->name11_12, 4, &p);
++
++  /* Get the entry from the root filesytem */
+   entry = &dir->table[dir->count++];
+ 
+-  strncpy(entry->name, basename(filename), sizeof(entry->name));
+-  
++  strncpy(entry->name, dos_name, MSDOS_NAME);
++
+   entry->attr = ATTR_DIR;
+   ctime = localtime(&create_time);
+ 
+@@ -1770,25 +1793,32 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
+ 				      ((ctime->tm_mon+1) << 5) +
+ 				      ((ctime->tm_year-80) << 9)));
+ 
+-  entry->ctime_ms = 0;
++  entry->ctime_cs = 0;
+   entry->ctime = entry->time;
+   entry->cdate = entry->date;
+   entry->adate = entry->date;
+ 
+   /* Now, read the directory */
+ 
+-  while((dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
++
++  while((base[0] != '.') && (dentry = readdir(rddir))) {
+     struct stat st;
+     char *buffer;
+-    
+-    if (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".") || !strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".."))
+-      continue;
+ 
+-    /* DOS wouldn't like a typical unix . (dot) file, so we skip those too */
+-    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
++    if (dentry->d_name[0] == '.') {
++        /* dos also has . & .. directory entries */
++      if (! ((!strcmp(dentry->d_name, ".")) || (!strcmp(dentry->d_name, "..")))) {
++        /* ignore other .* files */
++        printf("Error - File/Dir name is not dos compatible, ignored: %s\n", dentry->d_name);
++        continue;
++      }
++    }
+ 
+     buffer = malloc(strlen(filename) + strlen(dentry->d_name) + 3);
+-    if (!buffer) continue;
++    if (!buffer) {
++        printf("Error - malloc failed\n");
++        goto exit_add_dir;
++    }
+     
+     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", filename, dentry->d_name);
+     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
+@@ -1806,11 +1836,23 @@ static void add_directory(char *filename
+   /* Now that the entire directory has been written, go ahead and write the directory
+      entry as well */
+ 
++  entry->size = 0; /* a directory has zero size */
++
++  if (base[0] == '.')  { /* . & .. point to parent's cluster */
++    goto exit_add_dir;
++  }
++
+   entry->start = CT_LE_W(last_cluster_written);
+   entry->starthi = CT_LE_W((last_cluster_written & 0xFFFF0000) >> 16); 
+-  entry->size = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
++
++/* . dir start points to parent */
++  newdir->table[1].start = entry->start;
++/* .. dir points to parent of parent*/
++/* .. dir start is not set yet, would need more changes to the code,
++ * but dosfsck can fix these .. entry start pointers correctly */
++
++  remain = newdir->count * sizeof(struct msdos_dir_entry);
+   
+-  remain = entry->size;
+   data = (char *) newdir->table;
+ 
+   while(remain) {
+@@ -1858,6 +1900,7 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
+ 
+   if (!newdir) {
+     closedir(dir);
++    printf("Error - calloc failed!\n");
+     return;
+   }
+ 
+@@ -1877,7 +1920,10 @@ static void add_root_directory(char *dir
+     if (entry->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
+  
+     buffer = malloc(strlen(dirname) + strlen(entry->d_name) + 3);
+-    if (!buffer) continue;
++    if (!buffer) {
++        printf("Error - malloc failed!\n");
++        continue;
++    }
+ 
+     sprintf(buffer, "%s/%s", dirname, entry->d_name);
+     if (!stat(buffer, &st)) {
+@@ -2245,6 +2291,9 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
+   if (check && listfile)	/* Auto and specified bad block handling are mutually */
+     die ("-c and -l are incompatible");		/* exclusive of each other! */
+ 
++  if (dirname && (size_fat == 32))
++    die ("-d is incompatible with FAT32");
++
+   if (!create) {
+     check_mount (device_name);	/* Is the device already mounted? */
+     dev = open (device_name, O_RDWR);	/* Is it a suitable device to build the FS on? */
diff --git a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
index 66eeb7c..ec75ac9 100644
--- a/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
+++ b/meta/recipes-devtools/dosfstools/dosfstools_2.11.bb
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@  DESCRIPTION = "DOS FAT Filesystem Utilities"
 SECTION = "base"
 LICENSE = "GPLv2"
 LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://mkdosfs/COPYING;md5=cbe67f08d6883bff587f615f0cc81aa8"
-PR = "r3"
+PR = "r4"
 
 SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}.src.tar.gz \
            file://mkdosfs-bootcode.patch \
@@ -16,7 +16,8 @@  SRC_URI = "ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/LOCAL/dosfstools/dosfstools-${PV}
            file://msdos_fat12_undefined.patch \
            file://dosfstools-msdos_fs-types.patch \
            file://include-linux-types.patch \
-           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch "
+           file://nofat32_autoselect.patch \
+           file://fix_populated_dosfs_creation.patch "
 
 SRC_URI[md5sum] = "407d405ade410f7597d364ab5dc8c9f6"
 SRC_URI[sha256sum] = "0eac6d12388b3d9ed78684529c1b0d9346fa2abbe406c4d4a3eb5a023c98a484"