LZMA based compressed read only filesystem in userspace

CromFs is a compressed read-only filesystem for Linux. It uses the LZMA
compression algorithm from 7-zip, and a powerful block merging
mechanism, that is especially efficient with gigabytes of large files
having lots of redundancy.

The primary design goal of cromfs is compression power. It is much
slower than its peers, and uses more RAM. If all you care about is
powerful compression and random file access, then you will be happy
with cromfs.

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cromfs-1.5.4.tar.bz2 0000486813 475 KB almost 12 years
cromfs.changes 0000000144 144 Bytes almost 12 years
cromfs.spec 0000001838 1.79 KB almost 12 years
gcc-4.3.diff 0000002818 2.75 KB almost 12 years
no-static.diff 0000000330 330 Bytes almost 12 years
ready 0000000000 0 Bytes almost 12 years
rpm-opt-flags.diff 0000000369 369 Bytes almost 12 years
s390-support.diff 0000000417 417 Bytes almost 12 years
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