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SubjectRe: Has it been done: User Script File System?
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russl@lycosmail.com (Russ Lewis) writes:

> Is there any filesystem in Linux that uses user scripts/executables to
> implement the various function calls? What I'm thinking of is something

It has been done before.

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/ALPHA/userfs/userfs.lsm describes a
patch/kernel module for kernel 1.2.10, 1.3.13 and 2.0.30.

I vaguely remember that some more resen suggestion was to implement it
with the some usper-space nfs-deamon.

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