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Just a few days after assuring someone that FUSE is production quality, I received a bug report that mkfifo on a FUSE filesystem makes the kernel hang. Well, after doing some automated stress testing, I can assure everyone, that now it's even more production quality ;)
This release adds support for the 2.6 Linux kernel series. Other new features include support for exporting FUSE filesystems over NFS, read efficiency improvements, automatic lazy unmounting, the addition of the fsync call, plus minor bugfixes and cleanups. AVFS is a system, which enables all programs to look inside gzip, tar, zip, etc. files or view remote (ftp, http, dav, etc.) files, without recompiling the programs. With FUSE a userspace program can export a filesystem through the Linux kernel.... read more
The OW filesystem written by Paul H. Alfille will allow 1-wire devices to appear as files in a directory. You can enter a command like "cat */temp" to have all the temperatures sensors measure and print their data.
For more information see the homepage: http://owfs.sourceforge.net
FUSE lets you write your very own filesystem, as an ordinary program. It has a simple yet comprehensive interface, and provides an easy way to create a virtual filesystem for just about any application. Example applications include: automatic CD changer fs, remote filesystems for handhelds, filesystem view for databases, etc. FUSE currently works on all 2.4.x kernels (up to 2.4.20 and possibly later). Installation is simple, no kernel patching or recompilation is needed. Documentation for the interface and example programs are provided in the package.... read more
Have you ever wanted to create your own filesystem? If the answer is yes, then FUSE is for you. FUSE provides a very simple library interface to create virtual filesystems running in userspace as ordinary programs. Currently fuse is only implemented on linux kernels 2.4.X.