On 9/13/07, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 9/13/07, Jon Nettleton <jon.nettleton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> you can do all of this with fuse. When the gvfs2 comes out that will
> all be included for free.
That's a fuse plugin correct? Uhm... fuse doesn't work out of the box
in Fedora currently. I _think_ we still ship fuse in such a way that
you have to manually take some action add users to the fuse group for
users that get to use fuse. Even if gvfs2 is the magic glue that I
need to connect non-gnome apps to gnomevfs, we'll have to do something
to make fuse work out of the box if we are going to rely on fuse to be
the glue moving forward.
hmmm works for me out of the box. I am actually working on a couple
of different filesystems right now that are all based on fuse. Fedora
doesn't ship with any plugins by default, but the fuse kernel module
is there. Is it because the kernel module isn't loaded by default? I
load mine in /etc/sysconfig/modules
I definitely think we need a gui to add more functionality there. I
have remove cpuspeed from boot and the acpi modules from rc.sysinit
and replaced them with scripts in that directory. It seems a shame
that the infrastructure was added and nothing changed to take
advantage of it.