Machinery's system descriptions can contain files. These files are stored in the internal data format and are somewhere hidden in one of many tar balls. It's hard for users to access these files.

This project's goal to make use of FUSE in order to make these files easily accessible in the file system.

Looking for mad skills in:

ruby fuse machinery linux suse fun buzzword bingo

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Hack Week 12

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  • almost 4 years ago: tgoettlicher added keyword "bingo" to Access Files in Machinery's System Descriptions Using FUSE
  • almost 4 years ago: tgoettlicher added keyword "buzzword" to Access Files in Machinery's System Descriptions Using FUSE
  • almost 4 years ago: tgoettlicher added keyword "fun" to Access Files in Machinery's System Descriptions Using FUSE
  • almost 4 years ago: tgoettlicher added keyword "suse" to Access Files in Machinery's System Descriptions Using FUSE
  • almost 4 years ago: tgoettlicher added keyword "linux" to Access Files in Machinery's System Descriptions Using FUSE
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