Re: interface for tar
On Thursday 21 August 2008 14:44, Owen Townend wrote:
> fuse allows users with filesystem access to an image to mount it
> within one of their own directories.
> There are fuse drivers for iso (fuseiso), ext (fuseext2), tar
> (archivemount, avfs), tar, gzip, bzip2, rar (avfs), network (fusesmb).
> e.g. iso
> $ fuseiso /path/to/image.iso ~/mnt
> $ fusermount -u ~/mnt
> or with avfs, there's an example of using it here:
> >From the article:
> After installation of AVFS,establish the folder .avfs in the home
> directory. Then run mountavfs,which does not require root privileges.
> Open .avfs folder, you will see a mirror structure of the root
> directory,which the cabinet can be open as the folder,but not directly
> access to them, need with the #, such as
> should be visited as follows:
> cd /home/yourname/.avfs/home/yourname/garro.rar#/
> This works for tar, gzip, rar, bzip2 and others.
This sounds good.
Shachar Or | שחר אור