An implementation of the Ext2 (Linux) filesystem for Mac OS X.
This project is a true NFS server implementation for Linux, with all functionality occurring in user-space (with the benefits and drawbacks that go with such an implementation).
This is a java implement FUSE binding (FileSystem in User Space), again, this can be used as remote file system by io package in this project.
Falcon is a new operating system which provides a fast kernel (combined with a fast filesystem) as well as an intuitive GUI. The GUI is completely new and the user can configure it as he likes to and as he needs to.
Gnu Age Shell is a shell that runs on a dwim (Do What I Mean) principle. It bases its operation on how people use it, not how it is easy to implement. It works ontop of a relationship based filesystem to add a further spanner to the works.
The aim of this project is to develop a port of IBM's JFS for DragonFly BSD.
This project is to spllit the large file into small parts which can be easy to move anywhere from one place to another and also fast in its execution....
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
libfusi is a management interface library for managing FUSE network filesystem mounts. gfuse-manager is a Gtk+ GUI tool using this interface.
The NFS/RDMA project is a reference implementation of a new RDMA-capable ONC RPC transport for use by Linux kernel NFS. This transport implementation is now available as part of the Linux kernel. The code is also available separately under a dual GPL/BSD
*nix version of TrdFolder - free GUI based browser of ZX Spectrum images (TRD, SCL, TAP). features: - screen dump viewing - basic files viewing - delete/undelete files - 'move' images - create new image wizard etc
Client and server implementations of the 9P and 9P2000 distributed resource protocols for Unix-based operating systems. See project home page for up-to-date news and source release information.
SNSDB is a simple NSDB, as described in IETF draft draft-ietf-nfsv4-federated-fs-protocol. An NSDB is a namespace database service that stores information about the location and properties of filesets and answers queries about those filesets.
Anonymous storage of large files on the dead spaces of servers.
Windows ext2/3 file system support, include view, create, copy, delete, rename operations.
XtreemOS project aims at building a Linux-based operating system to support virtual organizations for next generation Grids.
This is an open-source implementation of iSCSI-target for Windows NT+.