JNode on planet classpath

JNode is now present on planet classpath.

For now, I am the only JNode hacker present there but if you have a RSS feed for your blog you can ask
Mark J. Wielaard (mjw on #classpath) to add you to the Classpath planet.

Fabien

my blog (in english and french)

after executing ls /jifs...

jNode env:winxp + VMware Workstation 5.5.1

when I executing: ls /jNode/jifs,the shell give me much errno info such as follows:
Exception in command
java.security.AccesscontroEsception:Permission "(java.lang.Runtime Permission ModifyThreadGrout)" not granted due to org.jnode.fs service.def.FileSystemAPIimpl
at org.jnode.vm.VmAccessController.checkPermission (VmaccessController.java:8
at java.security.AccessController.checkPermission (accesscontroller.java:78)
...
at org.jnode.fs.jifs.direcitories.JIFSDthreads.addGroup(JIFDSDthreads.java:61)
at org.jnode.fs.jifs.direcitories.JIFSDthreads.refresh(JIFDSDthreads.java:54)
at org.jnode.fs.jifs.JIFSDirIlterator.next(JIFSDirIlterator.java:61)
at org.jnode.fs.jifs.JIFSDirIlterator.next(JIFSDirIlterator.java:33)
...
at java.io.VMFile.list (VMFile.java:81)
at java.io.File.list(File.java:776)
at java,io.File.listFiles(File.java:876)
at java,io.File.listFiles(File.java:847)
...
at ort.jnode.shell.ThreadCommandInvoker$CommandRunner.run (ThreadCommandInvok
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:489)
at org.jnode.vm.VmThread.runThread(VmThread.java:538)
//the last line

I Fixed it.

The fix is available in the CVS head.

Levente

dear Levente:

nice to meet you at this url.

thank you for your giving me some hint.

could you tell me in details!?

my email:[email protected]

how to use the command:ftpmount or ftpdevice?

i hope somebody give me some example!
thanks!

ftpmount fixed

I fixed the ftpmount command.
Here is an example of usage:

ftpmount localdirectory ftphostipaddr username password

or

ftpmount /ftp 192.168.1.12 joe isthe1st

The local directory is a nonexistent directory in the jnode vritual file system like: /ftp
This is created by the ftpmount command and the remote filesystem mounted on it.
Deleting the directory means you unmounted the filesystem. These is how the jnode VFS works.

Levente