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FSFS is a secure distributed file system in user space built over FUSE and OpenSSL. It stores AND transfers data between clients and server in secure form, leaving most of the cryptography to the clients, thus relieving the server of the additional work.
p2p-fs is a Peer to Peer file system in user space, using FUSE. Allows you to share files over an LAN and/or WAN. Can be mounted as a normal file system under Linux.
rio500_tui is a text user interface to your Diamond Rio 500. It provides a file manager style interface to the lib rio500 available at http://rio500.sf.net. It is written in Perl using the cpan module Term::Clui. It is quick and easy to use and unders
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This project was originally created to fill a need, however the project has not been updated in years and is now officially closed. Please see http://sf.net/projects/phpsysinfo for a better alternative.
LemFS is a distributed, redundant data storage system, designed to utilize unused disk space on networked work stations and desktop PCs.
Enhanced versions of the file commands from Apple's Darwin.
Project to easily configure and monitor linux based samba/NFS NAS fileservers through OS independent client and web based interface. Automated replication features included.
Mudslide provides an encrypted file system to any operating system that can mount a webdav server. Mudslide works with Linux, OS X, and Windows. Mudslide is built upon http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/ and the encryption libraries packaged with Java.
Ever wanted to be able to open a document in an X11 application by simply double-clicking it from the Finder? By default XLaunch-O-Matic is able to open documents with gv (.ps files) gimp (.xpm files) texmacs (.tex files) and more1 weekly downloads
smbfs - a BSD licensed SMB filesystem for Unix3 weekly downloads
Indexes directories and outputs to JSON
Converts disks between case sensitive and case insensitive HFS without re formatting. Supports GPT and Apple Partition Schemes. Currently does not work for boot volume and only changes first HFS+ Partition found on drive.2 weekly downloads
The OFF System for content storage and retrieval, lets you store all digital content and allows only the people authorized to use it to do so. It is the proof of concept for 'bright nets' and will allow anyone to securely share digital data legally.6 weekly downloads
Data Distribution Simulator - DaDiSi1 weekly downloads