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SubjectRe: [Korbit-cvs] Re: ANNOUNCE: Linux Kernel ORB: kORBit
> >   cat /mnt/www/
> can you do ls /mnt/www/ as well? I'm interested, I came
> to conclusion that web filesystem is not possible... (If you can't do

Yes, if the server supports webDAV or something similar.

> listings, it is not really filesystem; you could do
> cat /mnt/www/www.kernel.org_index.html as well, and that's easy to
> do.)
> > and the CorbaFS userspace server takes care of loading the webpage and
> > returning it to the kernel client. And these new filesystems don't
> > take up any extra space in the kernel, since they all talk to the same
> > CorbaFS kernel module! Not to mention being able to implement the
> > filesystem in any language you like, debug the implementation in
> > userspace, etc.
> codafs can do pretty much the same.

Yes, but codaFS is specific to filesystems. kORBit, of course, can do
much much more, in a very uniform way. :)


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