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1 Name: OW
2
3 Author: Paul H. Alfille <palfille at partners org>
4
5 Homepage: http://owfs.sourceforge.net
6
7 Description:
8
9 OWFS is a method under linux to allow 1-wire devices to appear like
10 files in a directory.
11
12 ==============================================================================
13 Name: FunFS (status: alpha)
14
15 Author: Michael Grigoriev (Net Integration Technologies) <mag at
16 luminal org>
17
18 Homepage: http://www.luminal.org/wiki/index.php/FunFS/FunFS
19
20 Description:
21
22 FunFS is an advanced network file system with a simple goal: to be
23 better than NFS.
24
25 ==============================================================================
26 Name: EncFS
27
28 Author: Valient Gough <vgough at pobox com>
29
30 Homepage: http://pobox.com/~vgough/encfs.html
31
32 Description:
33
34 EncFS provides an encrypted filesystem in user-space. The EncFS
35 module itself runs without any special permissions and uses the FUSE
36 library and Linux kernel module to provide the filesystem interface.
37
38 ==============================================================================
39 Name: FUSE-J
40
41 Author: Peter Levart <Peter.Levart at select-tech si>
42
43 Download: http://www.select-tech.si/fuse/
44
45 Description:
46
47 FUSE-J provides Java binding for FUSE. It comes with the
48 "proof-of-concept" ZIP filesystem which seems to be pretty stable.
49
50 ==============================================================================
51 Name: SMB for FUSE
52
53 Author: Vincent Wagelaar <vincent at ricardis tudelft nl>
54
55 Homepage: http://hannibal.lr-s.tudelft.nl/~vincent/fusesmb/
56
57 Description:
58
59 With SMB for Fuse you can seamlessly browse your network
60 neighbourhood as were it on your own filesystem.
61
62 ==============================================================================
63 Name: Run-Time-Access
64
65 Author: Bob Smith <bsmith at linuxtoys org>
66
67 Homepage: http://www.runtimeaccess.com
68
69 Description:
70
71 RTA is a specialized memory resident interface to the internal data
72 of your application. It is not a stand-alone server but a library
73 which attaches to your program and offers up your program's internal
74 structures and arrays as tables in a database and as files in a
75 virtual file system.
76
77 ==============================================================================
78 Name: PhoneBook
79
80 Author: David McNab <david at rebirthing co nz>
81
82 Homepage: http://www.freenet.org.nz/phonebook
83
84 Description:
85
86 PhoneBook is expressly designed for use in situations where someone can
87 be under pressure (legal, military and/or criminal) to disclose
88 decryption keys, and has a 'chaffing' scheme whereby the user can
89 disclose only passphrases for non-sensitive material, and credibly deny
90 the existence of anything else.
91
92 ==============================================================================
93 Name: KIO Fuse Gateway
94
95 Author: Alexander Neundorf <neundorf at kde org>
96
97 Homepage: http://kde.ground.cz/tiki-index.php?page=KIO+Fuse+Gateway
98
99 Description:
100
101 This gateway makes it possible to mount ioslaves or a general
102 ioslave-gateway via fuse and make them this way available to all
103 linux apps.
104
105 ==============================================================================
106 Name: C# bindings
107
108 Author: Valient Gough <vgough at pobox com>
109
110 Homepage: http://pobox.com/~vgough/fuse-csharp.html
111
112 Description:
113
114 It allows you to write a Linux filesystem in C#. It uses the FUSE
115 library to do the actual Linux filesystem integration, and adds an
116 interface to the Mono runtime.
117
118 ==============================================================================
119 Name: LUFS bridge (alpha)
120
121 Author: Miklos Szeredi <mszeredi at inf bme hu>
122
123 Homepage: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=21636&package_id=109154
124
125 Description:
126
127 This is a modified LUFS daemon, which uses the FUSE kernel module. It
128 is binary compatible with existing LUFS filesystems, so no
129 recompilation is needed.
130
131 ==============================================================================
132 Name: btfs (Bluetooth FileSystemMapping)
133
134 Author: Collin R. Mulliner <collin at betaversion net>
135
136 Homepage: http://www.mulliner.org/bluetooth/btfs.php
137
138 Description:
139
140 Btfs is a simple application to map some basic bluetooth functions
141 into the filesystem. With btfs a simple ls DEVICES shows you all
142 bluetooth devices within range and cp somefile OPUSH/devicename sends
143 the given file to the device.
144
145 ==============================================================================
146 Name: mcachefs
147
148 Author: Michael Still <mikal at stillhq com>
149
150 Homepage: http://lists.samba.org/archive/linux/2004-March/010211.html
151
152 Description:
153
154 mcachefs is a simple caching filesystem for Linux using FUSE. It
155 works by copying the file that you asked for when the file is
156 opened, and then using that copy for all subsequent requests for the
157 file. This is really a fairly naive approach to caching, and will be
158 improved in the future.
159
160 ==============================================================================
161 Name: Fusedav
162
163 Author: Lennart Poettering <mzshfrqni (at) 0pointer (dot) de>
164
165 Homepage: http://0pointer.de/lennart/projects/fusedav/
166
167 Description:
168
169 fusedav is a Linux userspace file system driver for mounting WebDAV
170 shares. It makes use of FUSE as userspace file system API and neon
171 as WebDAV API.
172
173 ==============================================================================

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