Quoting Michael Thompson <michaelnt at gmail.com>:
> On 6/1/05, Paul Jakma <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> > On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Michael Thompson wrote:
> > > What I want is a kernel module that filters all the files in /music
> > > so that I can find thes same files under these paths simultaneously
> > >
> > > /music/artist/cold play
> > > /music/album/x&y
> > > /music/artist/coldplay/album/x&y
> > ID3.x parsing in kernelspace? Great idea.
>> I guess it could be implemented by a userspace program reading ID3
> tags and updating a database and the kernel space driver querying this
> > > This should be more usefull that using beagle as any application get
> > > make use of it.
> > Google for GNOME-VFS.
>> This is a gnome-vfs module that lets you browse dapp (iTunes) shares
> which I guess could be used as a starting point.
>>http://ishamael.tunkeymicket.com/software/daap.html>> > If the kernel ever gets a useable userfs interface (which might be
> > never - there are deep reasons why it's hard to make it work), then
> > you could write a daemon that implemented gnome-vfs as a userfs.
>> What is userfs? Does this mean the browsing music thing could be done
> as a gnome-vfs but not in a way that allows access from the command
> line and the userfs might allow that to happen?
> Irish Linux Users' Group
is it not a case that microsoft are playing the catch up game, posts here seem
to be saying MS are running miles ahead of linux,
but we already have xfs and reiser is also being developed.
all these linux technologies are extremely scalable, something I suspect
longhorn will fail at, it will more than likely run slower and require more
hardware. This has been the case with every windows release to date.
where as I can run xfs quite hapily on my P3 at home.
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