I understand that a file system can be visualized as a "tree" of files and directories. I also understand that "mounting" a file system means to placing or rooting that tree within an existing ...
I've been recently investigating for the best way to implement a Protected/Secured Execution Environment that would allow me to "upload" some code into that environment and block any kind of output ...
I'd like to recreate a feature of Mac OS X called sparse bundles (disk images made out of smaller files, making them easy to backup after a small change). For that I'm looking for a way to ...
I have a directory that is always going to be storing text files that are rarely (think weekly) used. Naturally this is a great place to use compression. However, rather than having to use tar ever ...
It's a bit indirect, but it's possible mount a partition with a disk image using mount or losetup's "offset" parameter. I'm looking to be able to use fuse to do the same thing in user space Use ...
I do not hold a deep understanding of computer science concepts but would like to learn more about how the utility encfs works. I have a few question regarding the concept of filesystem in regards to ...
Possible Duplicate: How to apply changes of newly added user groups without needing to reboot? I have posted this question in linux mint users forum about some hours ago. I'm trying to ...
I know some filesystems present themselves through Fuse and I was wondering about the pros and cons to this approach.