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plpfuse - Daemon to mount an EPOC device as a file system
plpfuse is a file system which provides file system access to your EPOC device.
It mounts the EPOC device's file systems in to your computer's file system.
Like the other front-ends, this program
auto-reconnects after a link-failure, so you can keep the
EPOC device mounted all the time, even when it is not connected.
Due to Rudolf Koenig's clever error-handling, you don't need to
worry about blocked I/O-processes if the psion isn't available.
You simply will get an "device not configured" error, when
accessing a file on a previously connected psion which has been
disconnected. After that, the mount-point will appear with the
drives missing. As soon as the psion is connected again, the
subdirectories will reappear (possibly with a few seconds' delay).
- -V, --version
Display the version and exit
- -h, --help
Display a short help text and exit.
- -v, --verbose
Produce verbose logging output. Can be specified more than once to increase the
debug level (up to 3 times)
- -p, --port=[host:]port
Specify the host and port to connect to (e.g. the port where ncpd is listening
on) - by default the host is 127.0.0.1 and the port is looked up in
/etc/services. If it is not found there, a fall-back builtin of
ncpd(8), plpprintd(8), plpftp(1) and sisinstall(1)
Reuben Thomas, based on plpnfsd by Fritz Elfert, and FUSE example code by Miklos Szeredi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
plpnfsd itself was heavily based on p3nfsd by Rudolf Koenig (email@example.com)
and plp_1_7 by Philip Proudman (firstname.lastname@example.org), with patches from Matt Gumbley (email@example.com).
Man page by Reuben Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on the man page for plpnfsd by John Lines (email@example.com).
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Time: 17:06:25 GMT, December 15, 2007