Compact Disk filing system
CDFS is a file extension for a virtual file system used with Linux. CDFS stands for CD File System. CDFS contains all tracks and boot images extracted from a CD. CDFS can contain the following track types: Red Book audio, White Book video and Yellow Book Data. CDFS isn’t installed with the standard Linux kernel, but can be installed separately.
Learn more about .CDFS files:
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See our Fast Guide to CD/DVD.
Read about CDFS at Wikipedia.