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    SubjectRe: multiply files in one (was GNU/Linux stance by Richard Stallman)
    Dan Hollis wrote:
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    > On Mon, 29 Mar 1999, Steven Roberts wrote:
    > > sidenote: Does anyone know if there is a workable user fs patch set
    > > anywheres for 2.2.x?
    >
    > Someone (Linus? Alan?) said that the userfs API was fundamentally broken
    > and would not be coming back, ever.
    That rings a bell. (which was the reason I asked, I sort of remember
    hearing that, but wanted to make sure I had).

    > They suggested writing a pseudo-nfs server that does what userfs did.
    should be doable... IIRC autofs does that... I'm thinking it wouldn't
    be that bad...(wondering when I've got a weekend+ to kill to try it out)

    Thanks,
    Steve

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