In case you missed the logs, I commited googlefs to svn, and fixed it to work with Haiku's VFS. It's probably a simple enough (the kernel interface, the rest is ugly :P) sample on how to keep R5 source compatibility for fs modules. It's also showing how to use sockets from the kernel. ksocket.h is a wrapper that can also be used with userland (testing) and BONE. The rest of the code is not for the faint hearts, mostly written in a rush and never cleaned up. For those who lived in an alternate universe, simply put it's an 8-billion entries queriable bookmark. For the eyes: http://revolf.free.fr/beos/shots/shot_googlefs_haiku_002.png For the impatients: * svn up && jam an image * make sure your network is set up (qemu handles DHCP nicely it seems). * in the terminal, type: mkdir /google mount -t googlefs /google * you can now use the "Search Google" query template in the "Google" volume. For sorting handiness you can add this to your mime db: setmime -add application/x-vnd.Be-bookmark \ -attribute "GOOGLE:order" -attrName "Google order" \ -attrType 'LONG' -attrWidth 40 -attrAlignment right \ -attrViewable 1 -attrEditable 1 -attrExtra 0 and make a default query template with it sorted. François.