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#uml IRC Logs for 2009-04-28

---Logopened Tue Apr 28 00:00:43 2009
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16:49<Intensity:#uml>Hi. What ever happened to humfs or hostfs? I only know of a single page that talks about them. Basically, I know of no other filesystem layer that attempts to do what humfs does, which includes the ability to present a directory hierarchy with arbitrary UID and permissions even though the underlying filesystem may not allow such access (e.g., if the process is not running as root).
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---Logclosed Wed Apr 29 00:00:47 2009