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Re: [Freedos-user] FUSE for FreeDOS Alex Tue Apr 03 07:00:33 2012

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 3:10 PM, Eric Auer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> You probably mean user space filesystem drivers...
> DOS has no user/admin distinction anyway, and you
> can DEVLOAD drivers on the fly. Some are also made
> to be unloadable. There are USB drivers and some
> drivers for other filesystems, e.g. NTFS or EXT2,
> but for example SMB drivers are not great - there
> is the totally outdated MSCLIENT (free but eats a
> lot of RAM) and there is a port of Samba smbclient
> but that does not make a drive letter, it feels a
> bit like an interactive text oriented FTP client.

Thanks for the very helpful answer, Eric.
Would it be possible to make a generic DEVLOAD driver, for FreeDOS,
based on the FUSE concept, with the ability to use the FUSE modules
from Linux?

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