On-the-Fly Drive / Directory Compression for Linux?
Hi, In Windows 2000, if your drive is getting low on space, it's a nice temporary fix to be able to right click a big directory or even an entire drive an compress it. Although it's slower than before, it's really slick how it de-compresses on the fly, transparently to the user. Is there a way to do this in Linux, including maintaing existing directory structure? Thanks for the help!