FUSE-based filesystem reflecting XWindows into files
An educational FUSE filesystem that represents each window in a system running XWindows interface as a directory containing special files. Those files can be used to change window properties such as caption or its position at screen. *tested on Gentoo linux
NOW HOSTED AT GITHUB https://github.com/jblaine/AFS-Tool-Suite ---- CODE HERE IS OLD ---- AFS Tool Suite is a set of scripts (mostly system administration), Python library functions and classes for dealing with an AFS cell and capturing data returned
The Abstract Large File (ALF) project is a portable library for writing files that can be larger than 2GB or contain holes on systems that don't natively support one or both properties.
This is a mass file renamer utilizing regular expression power.
This is a python based UI application that can rename a part of a set of files inside a directory based on the provided regular expression. This gives a lot more flexibility compared to other renaming files since it used grouping principle. This had two level of applying the rename, first stage shows who it will be when you rename it, if you are fine with the change you can make it permanent by clicking commit. This avoid the risk of file getting corrupted. To rename all .py file to .pyc is as follows: Search for Regex: (.py)$ Rename using this regex: .pyw
AmsdosFS is an implementation for Linux of Amsdos filesystem used on Amstrad CPC computers. It is written in Python and uses module Fuse Python to mount DSK images.
Automatic File type converter Daemon - automatically converts the file type while renaming a file, based on the source and destination file extension. Currently it supports conversion for image types and provides a GTK+ frontend.
CDemu - a virtual CD/DVD drive for Linux. Project includes Linux kernel module & userspace utilities.
...a work in progress.
Setup files are quite old.
Library for creating virtual filesystem for holding configuration files, based on Python-FUSE. ConfigFS can hold configuration for Apache, PostgreSQL or any other software, that uses text configuration files.
The goal is to synchronize 2 directories. This application will synchronize all the files and all the sub-directories, and prompt the user to confirm all the moves. It's written in python and with wxPython.
Goal of the project is to provide reliable and enterprise ready document storage and indexing system. Mission is to develop cost effective document storage system based on Open Source which can meet small and medium sized bussiness needs.
A FUSE-based filesystem that allows (re)mounting a FAT (MS-DOS formatted) volume with full POSIX file semantics overlayed.
Directory size listing utility written in python. Platforms supported: Windows, Linux, and any other platform that supports python.
File Sift groups files and directories to fit within a specified size threshold. This is useful when backing up to media of fixed size (ie cd-r media), and helps maximize the use of space on that media. Provides both graphical and command line interfac
Split files into little pieces, using an gui based on GTK+, made in Python using PyGTK.
The Mobile Object Oriented File System allows free space on every network computer to be used as a single disk space.
This package contains several common NFS tests/benchmarks including Connectathon, FSX, IOzone, Bonnie, etc., plus a GUI interface for setting up and running the package on a client. All tests are run in parallel, & results are logged for later review.
Naughtylus is an "old school" two panel file manager for GNOME Desktop. It provides network transparency through gnome-vfs libraryand offers easy keyboard navigation. It aims for full integration with the GNOME Desktop. Naughtylus is written in Pytho
PyGFS is a reliable and secure distributed file system that runs completely in userspace. It supports x509 certificate authentication, authorization and encryption mechanisms to provide secure access over insecure networks.
Python FAM provides a Python module to use the File Alteration Monitor (http://oss.sgi.com/projects/fam) in Python.
Qualm is a graphical tool for persistent resource management. While Qualm is initially aimed at providing an entirely new method of doing disk quota management, qualm can be used for managing any persistent finite resource.
Platform-independent recursive search library. C-API, written in C/C++, with mappings to C++, COM, D, Java, .NET, Python, Ruby, STL, with more to come.
Rugg is a hard drive and filesystem harness tool that allows you to test and benchmark drives and filesystems, by writing simple to complex scenarios that can mimic the behaviour of real-world applications.
Using Amazon's S3 service as a block device for arbitrary file systems.