Welcome to FSproxy Homepage!
FSproxy is a small application that runs in the system tray and lets you access GNU/Linux partitions from within Microsoft Windows. The list of detected partitions is always availible at \\fsproxy
and a single one can easily be mapped to a network drive using address like \\fsproxy\<partition>
. By default partitions are mounted as read-only but experimental write support can be enabled. FSproxy currently supports: ext2
and few other filesystems. For many of them there is no known Windows driver available (although note that FSproxy is not a driver
[2009-07-30] FSproxy version 1.0 RC2 released!
Support version 2.0 development
The next major version of FSproxy will feature:
- Significant performance improvement due to usage of hardware virtualization
- Support for all major filesystems as well as LVM2 and software RAID partitions
- Running as priviledged Windows service (no more UAC nagging)
- Better Windows integration including graphical status monitor
- Safe read/write mode and fixed autostart option
- Automatic updates
- 100% open source code
Download version 1.0
Released 30th July 2009.
- Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4
- HFS+ (think MacOS)
See Troubleshooting FAQ
for more information.
- Added support for limited server control via ctl.cgi over HTTP.
- Server infopage is now more verbose.
- Experimental write support.
- Added context menu entry for switching between ro and rw modes.
- Added context menu entry for forcing filesystem sync.
- Agent can now monitor and display server status (starting/running).
- Filesystems are not properly unmounted when FSproxy agent is closed due to system shutdown.
- Server is not responding when started at logon by FSproxy agent.
FSproxy is (C) Copyright 2009 Michał Siejak
FSproxy is licensed under GNU General Public License version 3
If you find any bugs or if you have a suggestion of any kind please feel free to contact me