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Old 24th February 2012
daemonfowl daemonfowl is offline
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: DaemonLand
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Hi @Backrow ! thanks !
concerning the 3rd point , is this what you mean my friend ?

U9fs is a program that serves Unix files to Plan 9 machines using the 9P
protocol. Its standard input and output are connected to a network
connection, typically TCP on an Ethernet. It assumes Plan 9 uids match
Unix login names, and changes to the corresponding Unix effective uid
when processing requests. Characters in file and directory names
unacceptable to Plan 9 are translated into a three-character sequence:
followed by two hexadecimal digits. U9fs serves both 9P1 (the 9P
protocol as used by the second and third editions of Plan 9) and 9P2000.
U9fs DESCR ..
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