playlistfs 0.11

playlistfs is a FUSE filesystem which allows to present a group of play list files (in a directory) as directories to allow easy

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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DEVELOPED BY:
Vijay Gill
HOMEPAGE:
sourceforge.net
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ROOT \ System \ Filesystems
playlistfs is a FUSE filesystem which allows to present a group of play list files (in a directory) as directories to allow easy management.

A folder with playlists is presented as /playlists and all the playlists in the original folder are shown as directories.

Installation:

1. Run following commands

./configure
make
mv src/plfs /sbin/mount.plfs

2. Now simply try something like following

mount /myth/music /mnt/plfs

In above example, all music and playlist files are in /myth/music and target mount point is /mnt/plfs. You can change these values to suit your setup.

What's New in This Release:

Fixed a small bug. By default it was compiled in debug mode and this started in foreground rather than daemon mode. Fixed now.

Last updated on August 17th, 2007

#playlist filesystem #FUSE filesystem #file system #playlist #FUSE #filesystem

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