Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Feb 2006 18:08 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux "With Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE), you can develop a user space filesystem framework without understanding filesystem internals or learning kernel module programming. Follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install, customize, and enable FUSE and AFS, so you can create your own fully functional filesystem in user space in Linux."
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RE: User Space filesystem
by chrish on Wed 1st Mar 2006 14:45 UTC in reply to "User Space filesystem"
chrish
Member since:
2005-07-14

QNX ( http://www.qnx.com/ ) has always had user-space filesystems, too... sort of a requirement for true microkernels.

This is really spiffy though, I'd love to see something like this on MacOS X and XP.

- chrish

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RE[2]: User Space filesystem
by EmmEff on Wed 1st Mar 2006 16:21 in reply to "RE: User Space filesystem"
EmmEff Member since:
2005-09-16

It would be relatively simple for a Windows FS developer (like myself ;) to create a shim FS that redirects FS calls to user-space.

Edited 2006-03-01 16:21

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RE[3]: User Space filesystem
by gdiaz on Wed 1st Mar 2006 16:34 in reply to "RE[2]: User Space filesystem"
gdiaz Member since:
2006-01-12

Hello

the 9p protocol is small and nice, can i convince you to make a 9p implementation for windows?

i will love to have windows as 9p clients!

thanks

gabi

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