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Old 10-10-2012, 09:22 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by knc1 View Post
What is included in the set of examples of the project Hawhill referred to is not the same as the one you tried.

I only scanned through it, did not actually study it, but it is just a simplified example of using a zip archive as a (readonly) file system.

But the problem may still remain of how you could make use of it from within a WAF.
I honestly do not know if that could be done, even with this simplified example (which of course could be changed as required).
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if it can mount zip archives and make them readonly just like folders, it could be used to mount *.zip archives in the Gallery folder before launching Komic.

The start script in Komic makes a list of every folder containing images in /mnt/us/Gallery and this means zip archives will be detected as folders.
Anyway, I don't know how to automagically () unmount zip archives when closing Komic.
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