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FTP File System

FTP File System is a Linux kernel module that transparently implements the file transfer protocol under the VFS layer. It enables the "mounting" of FTP volumes locally, and offers the full advantage of local file ops for remote FTP-based resources.

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  •  10 Sep 2001 05:00

    Release Notes: Fixed an off-by-one bug.

    •  04 Sep 2001 09:21

      Release Notes: A timeout bug has been fixed.

      •  15 Aug 2001 01:39

        Release Notes: Active mode support, automount/autofs integration, and updates for compatibility with the latest kernels.

        •  11 Aug 2001 05:52

          Release Notes: This release introduces uid/gid, file_mask/dir_mask options and some small bugfixes.

          •  08 Aug 2001 22:22

            Release Notes: Multiple mounts and ^C bugs have been fixed.

            Recent comments

            18 Oct 2001 08:13 Iwaldi

            sftp
            What about sftpfs ?

            11 Aug 2001 17:48 jhaar

            Re: DAVfs Next?

            > WebDAV (http://www.webdav.org/) is
            > simply
            > wonderful. I wonder if being able to
            > "mount" a DAV
            > store from and HTTP server


            Already possible. See http://dav.sourceforge.net -
            i.e. davfs for Linux :-)

            27 Feb 2001 17:27 grtodd

            DAVfs Next?
            WebDAV (http://www.webdav.org/) is simply
            wonderful. I wonder if being able to "mount" a DAV
            store from and HTTP server and then doing fileops
            syncs, updates, etc. on it would be the right user
            "metaphor" .. in some ways DAV would almost become
            like NFS (!?)

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