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SubjectRe: New virtual in-memory file system
Hi Olaf.

> this is my first attempt at kernel programming. It's a simple
> file system, which relies upon dentries and memory-inodes.

> I would like to hear comments, flames, bug reports, ...

> --8<--cut here--------------
> begin 644 virtfs.tar.gz
> M'XL(`/`UEC<``^T\:7O:V-7YBG[%R?(DV&&UC=W@<=XR-DYHO#V`9^D7C4`7
> MT&,M6%?8X>VDO[WGG'NU`7;B)LY,6_1,'7&7L]^S26JE>N.$T4A6GSS>!3NU

===8<=== CUT ===>8===

> M%YN(W#<*N>\LU22\?(GC-*PX+:/[CGA._6&.>4T>]1#&PA<AIG0I@)5?-8V<
> =M=]<7^MK?:VO];6^UM?Z6E]_Y/4O"<%%3@!0````
> `
> end
> --cut here-->8--------------

Obvious comment: What's all that junk for? I would presume it's some
sort of encrypted version of your file system, but I've no means of
handling it so can't do anything with it...

Best wishes from Riley.

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