[jdev] Jabber File System !!!!
samuelgoto at gmail.com
Sat Sep 17 08:24:28 CDT 2005
Yes, there are interesting use of jabberfs ...
I haven't tought yet how and what for jabberfs would be used, but
these are interesting ideas ...
Yes, tail can be used too to see messages ... I prefer less ( can't
explain why ... hehe ... just got used to it ... )
On 9/16/05, Sander Devrieze <s.devrieze at pandora.be> wrote:
> Op vrijdag 16 september 2005 05:36, schreef Samuel Goto:
> > I am very proud to announce the Jabber File System !!!!
> > It is as simple as that : mounting your roster on a file system
> > !!!! Check it out in
> > http://www.lsc.ic.unicamp.br/~samuel.goto/jabberfs/jabberfs.html
> Cool! B-) Don't forget to send a patch to Linus when it is done for inclusion
> in the standard Linux kernel ;-)
> I think this file system can become very interesting for embeded Linux.
> Imagine these:
> * You have a router and send him via Jabber a command to retrieve the logs. A
> script on the router that uses jabberfs archives the logs in a tar.gz file
> (and maybe it even encrypts it with your public GPG key!). Then it sends this
> file to you! :o)
> * A network camera that can send you up to date pictures/movies through Jabber
> (even more cool with TINS!).
> > Well, I will wait now your answers and comments, please, give me
> > any feedback ,
> I see you use the commands "cat" and "less" in the examples to read incoming
> messages. Isn't the command "tail -f" better to do this?
> Mvg, Sander Devrieze.
> xmpp:sander at devrieze.dyndns.org ( http://jabber.tk/ )
f u cn rd ths u cn b a gd prgmr !
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