Transport-agnostic network filesystem
ccgfs is a transport-agnostic filesystem. Common transport modes are
"pull" and "push", the latter of which makes it possible to export a
filesystem located in a LAN to a DMZ host without needing to allow
connections from the DMZ as would be the case with the pull model.
Any transport can be used, e.g. ssh for encryption.
- Sources inherited from project openSUSE:13.1
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout openSUSE:13.1:Update/ccgfs && cd $_
- Create Badge
|ccgfs-0.81.tar.xz||0000106588 104 KB||almost 11 years|
|ccgfs-0.81.tar.xz.asc||0000000836 836 Bytes||almost 11 years|
|ccgfs.changes||0000000905 905 Bytes||over 10 years|
|ccgfs.keyring||0000008050 7.86 KB||over 10 years|
|ccgfs.spec||0000002625 2.56 KB||over 10 years|