Smart Copy is a single-file Python app for batch execution (Ant-like) of commands. For example, SC can dump a SQL database, zip it and a source dir, and then send everything to an FTP site. Batch files are XML-based. See More >> Wiki for full details.
TYFany (pronounced Tiffany) allows you to take your files along with their hierarchy on a portable storage media (like USB) to be accessed on the run. Any changes in the hierarchy on the portable media can be docked with the base hierarchy.
jTcGui is a Java Tool for managing TrueCrypt volumes on Linux. Requires TrueCrypt and JAVA 6 installed to run.
This small program mounts and unmounts cd images from/to your file system from/to a specific mount point. Supports the CD-ROM image types img, bin, mdf and nrg. It is written in Gambas
vold is a Volume Daemon for Linux that can automatically mount CD-Roms, Harddrives, USB Flash Sticks, iPods etc. It is also possible to identify Partitions by UUID or volumename and mount them in a pre-defined Folder. Aims to replace mounting by hand!
The program monitors file size and time stamp modifications and exits when the file stops changing. Purpose of the program is to work as a poor mans mutex e.g. keep on blocking next commands in scripts.
Yed is a C software library made of modules (objects) instanceable according to the main paradigms of OOP: incapsulation and data hiding. The library contains objects that handle XML files and buffers, FTP connections, file system operations etc.
ZeST is a TUI program for stressing filesystems/disks. Depnding only on curses, it works on any POSIX system. It uses fork()s and a named fifo for IPC. Individual process can be killed if one were to start too many and this would not interrupt the test.
display which file occupied the cache in linux system
d64-web is web-enabled utility for displaying Commodore 64 (D64/D71/D81) disk image contents (directory, BAM and more). It also provides a basic API for working with D64 disk images in PHP. Up to this moment only works fully on D64 images.
A program and a library for reading RAR archives in a transparent manner through a virtual filesystem.
A tool to verify and/or recover as much data as possible from failed disks. When a sector can not be read it will be filled with zeroes and diskrescue continues. The resulting disk/file can be checked with fsck and analyzed with dumpfs and fsdb.
eXplode is a storage system checker. It contains a generic model checker for real code instead of abstract models. Using this model checker, eXplode can systematically check a storage system against many possible crashes to find crash-recovery errors.
easyBackuper is a program that allows users to easily backup files. Program supports windows and linux operating systems.
Example code for fat16, iso9660 and ext2, its characteristic is simple, we only focus on how the file system data is maintained on hard drive.
File System Tool -- detects problems on FAT and HPFS filesystems.
Update the /etc/fstab file for USB-storage devices.
LVM - HPUX version tools for linux. New! Get freevxfs driver for mounting HP-UX VxFS filesystem on Linux! Had been tested on Physical/VMware RHEL 4 or 5 servers. Please send feedbacks and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
isosteg use the steganography to insert or extract data into any iso9660 filesystem image without damage the legacy data. Is usefull to test if a burned iso9660 cd-rom contain steganographied data.
graphical fdisk for KDE
Filesystems can avoid fragmentation if they know how large files will be. This library provides a wrapper for the fallocate() syscall (like glibc-2.10+), but also knows the xfs/ocfs2 ioctl and provides fallbacks better than posix_fallocate().
The goal of llama-X is to be a cutting-edge desktop operating system for the x86 architecture. A new object-oriented filesystem, and a fresh new desktop paradigm, and an innovative multikernel subsystem are main features of the system.
Script to make and index backups using md5 sums
md5cache is best described as an fast, improved "md5sum". it determines the md5-hash of a file and print it out. but, on a second call to the same file, as long as it keeps unchanged, there is no need to rescan the whole file again. its database driven