Httpfs: mount a http url as a file v.2.0.1.4

httpfs depends on FUSE. It uses HTTP/1.1 extensions to read arbitrary bytes from a file on a web-server. This is particular interesting for an iso, since it can be investigated (loop device) without actually downloading the whole iso.

httpfs depends on FUSE. It uses HTTP/1.1 ...

 
  • Httpfs: mount a http url as a file
  • 2.0.1.4
  • 05 May 12
  • httpfs
  • BSD; Mac; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 13 Kb
  • 105
  • Free
 
 

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