emCOREFS is a FUSE-based filesystem that uses emCORE's Monitor API to provide communication with device's FS. It is still in very early state, but some features (directory listing, reading files) are done.
For communication with the device, this application uses libusb 1.0.
3. libusb >= 1.0
4. libfuse >= 2.8
5. maybe other packages
make - standard build, no debug messages, only fatal errors on startup are shown.
make debug - debug build, some debug/error messages are shown. libusb debug messages are enabled, too.
make test - run the build without FUSE debugging messages, going into the background if it connects to the device successfully.
make testdebug - run the build in the foreground, showing FUSE debug messages in the terminal.
You need FUSE >= 2.8 installed.
Currently only tested on Linux (Ubuntu 11.04 in my case). Maybe an OSX-compatible version would appear at some point.
fusermount -u <mountpoint as seen in /etc/mtab>
- Read-only support at the moment.
- Running FUSE with multithreading breaks file reading because of the way these are implemented on emCORE's side. Workaround: use the "-s" option.
- Most errors are not handled properly, EIO (Input/output error) is given in many cases where there's a more descriptive error message available. Will be fixed in the future.
- Implement write support.
- Merge some functions that are doing similar tasks to reduce code duplication. Return proper error codes in FS operations.
Main developer: Vencislav "user890104" Atanasov
How to contact: Contact
emCOREFS is distributed under the same license terms as emCORE.
emCORE is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
emCORE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.