Portable File System using Linked Allocation Method

Implement a Portable File System (PFS) with Linked Allocation Method, which can perform “Allocate a file”, and “Move files from the Windows file system into your file.” You should have your own directory structure, allocation table, etc. inside your file. Move files back out of your file to the Windows file system or Linux/Unix file system.

Skills: Linux

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