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Top 23 C Filesystem Projects
n³ The unorthodox terminal file managerProject mention: Can't figure out how to change icon theme in nnn | /r/commandline | 2023-05-18
The icon-theme seems to be driven by your terminal font as detailed in `src/icons-in-terminal.h & icons.h, and the choice of "terminal-icon vs nerd-fonts vs emoji" appear to be hard-wired at compile-time rather than at run-time.
Windows File System Proxy - FUSE for WindowsProject mention: *arr on local not setting hard links on seedbox | /r/radarr | 2022-12-07
I’ve got a same sort of setup - difference is I have 2 Plex servers, one on the seedbox and one on a local Windows PC. Have you thought about mounting the seedbox locally? I use SSHFS and WinFSP which the seedbox I use supports - another route I took was using FreeFileSync which is an easy to use program that does all sorts of syncs.
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User mode file system library for windows with FUSE WrapperProject mention: Ask HN: What are some good resources for learning about low level disk/file IO? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-05-26
I lead a project that included shipping a filesystem driver and a virtual disk on Windows.
What I did to learn the lower-level APIs, and perform initial testing on the driver, was write a "mirror" drive. The user-mode code pointed to a folder on disk, the driver made a virtual disk drive, and all reads and writes in the virtual disk drive went to the mirror folder.
On Windows, you can implement something like that using Dokany, Dokan, or Winfsp. On linux, there's the Fuse API. On Mac, there's MacFUSE.
Even if you don't do a "mirror" drive, understanding the callbacks that libraries like Dokany, Dokan, Winfsp, and Fuse do helps you understand how IO happens in the driver. Many IO methods provided in popular languages provide abstractions above what the OS does. (For example, the Windows kernel has no concept of the "Stream" that's in your C# program. The "Stream"'s Position property is purely a construct within the .Net framework.)
Another place to start is the OS's documentation itself. For example, you can start with Window's CreateFileA function. This typically is what gets called "under the hood" in most programming languages when you open or create a file: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/api/fileapi/...
Gluster Filesystem : Build your distributed storage in minutesProject mention: Which distributed filesystem to use on a 4 node cluster? | /r/homelab | 2023-05-05
Just because Red Hat will stop selling commercial support for their product, does not mean GlusterFS itself is dying. It's an open source project like any other - https://github.com/gluster/glusterfs
A little fail-safe filesystem designed for microcontrollersProject mention: I made a tachometer/hour meter for my outboard engine using the PIO | /r/raspberrypipico | 2023-04-28
Also, it looks like you're writing to the flash every second the engine is running. Do you have an idea of what the endurance of that might be? I'm not too familiar with this but supposedly the flash on the Pico is good for at least 100K program/erase cycles and Micropython uses LittleFS on RP2040 which does wear leveling. I looked for more official info and the rp2 port code backs that up with a note: "the flash requires the programming size to be aligned to 256 bytes". And the littlefs readme does say it does wear leveling and other good stuff.
Extremely fast tool to remove duplicates and other lint from your filesystemProject mention: I decluttered 14,000 digital items within a few hours. Here's how I did it. | /r/declutter | 2023-02-19
For the technically savvy among you there is an excellent open source program called ‘rmlint’ (aka. Remove Lint). It is excellent at finding duplicates and saved me terabytes of space.
MooseFS – Open Source, Petabyte, Fault-Tolerant, Highly Performing, Scalable Network Distributed File System (Software-Defined Storage)Project mention: Google Cloud Storage FUSE | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-05-02
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Development and compilation setup for the book versions of MINIX (2.0.0 and 3.1.0) on QEMUProject mention: MINIX from Scratch | /r/patient_hackernews | 2023-02-23
TestDisk & PhotoRecProject mention: Empresas/lojas recuperação dados informáticos [Sério] | /r/portugal | 2023-05-31
A UNIX-style Operating System for the Waikato RISC Architecture Microprocessor (WRAMP)
monitor filesystem on iOS / OS X / Android / FirefoxOS / Linux
Free exFAT file system implementation
A filesystem which allows you to mount HTTP directory listings, with a permanent cache. Now with Airsonic / Subsonic support!Project mention: Mount virtual http[s] iso command for progressive adaptive random access download with optional resumable download going to storage? | /r/linuxquestions | 2022-12-19
That said.. I'm pretty sure https://github.com/fangfufu/httpdirfs will do approximately what you're asking for.
tools to create and extract Squashfs filesystems
A breadth-first version of the UNIX find commandProject mention: A bunch of Python and Bash scripts I developed for personal and working projects | /r/Python | 2022-06-30
Provide cross platform file operations based on libuv. (by r-lib)
APFS module for linux, with experimental write supportProject mention: Is there any way to mount an external hard drive encrypted with Apple's APFS file system under Linux/Ubuntu for both READ and WRITE? | /r/linuxquestions | 2023-04-12
I've looked hard and the best I've come across is linux-apfs-rw, but AFAIK that won't let me work with an encrypted APFS volume.
a file system for mounting container imagesProject mention: Composefs: Content-Addressable Filesystem for Linux | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-25
Very promising, but given that they are still fixing binary search bounds checks, probably needs time to stabilize https://github.com/containers/composefs/commit/64640fa0fe256...
Operating system for the Sega DreamcastProject mention: Someone got the link to the latest version of Iso Loader for dreamshell? | /r/dreamcast | 2023-03-25
The latest version can be found on the DC-SWAT forum, though https://github.com/DC-SWAT/DreamShell/releases is also regularly updated (last release was yesterday).
a virtual black hole file system that behaves like /dev/null
dosfstools consists of the programs mkfs.fat, fsck.fat and fatlabel to create, check and label file systems of the FAT family.
LittleFS port for ESP-IDF (by joltwallet)Project mention: LittleFS partition size / max file size | /r/esp32 | 2023-05-14
Hi, assuming you are using esp_littlefs, you can use esp_littlefs_info function to get the number of total and used bytes of the littlefs partition. demo_esp_littlefs.c
Reference implementation of the LTFS format Spec for stand alone tape driveProject mention: Controller with correct block size for LTFS | /r/LTO_LTFS_Tape_Copy | 2023-03-10
Hi, What is the LTFS 'driver' you use for this? Some LTFS version provide a mode for supporting the buggy HBA. This helps time to time with some. It can be worst to try . Here is one version of LTFS i can recommend to use, and a link to an explanation about the Buggy HBA mode: https://github.com/LinearTapeFileSystem/ltfs/wiki/HBA-info And link to issue of user having potential similar problem https://github.com/LinearTapeFileSystem/ltfs/issues/144
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