User space File System

With FUSE, a user space program can export a file system through the
kernel-default (Linux kernel).

User space file systems which are implemented using FUSE are provided
by the following packages:

- curlftpfs (mount FTP servers),

- encfs (layered file encryption),

- fuseiso (mount iso, img, bin, mdf and nrg CD-ROM images),

- fusepod (mount iPods),

- fusesmb (mount a fully browseable network neighborhood),

- gphotofs (mount gphoto-supported cameras),

- ntfs-3g (mount NTFS volumes read-write),

- obexfs (mount of bluetooth devices),

- sshfs (mount over ssh),

- wdfs (mount of WebDAV shares)

This package contains the mount binaries for fuse (might not be needed
by some FUSE filesystems like ntfs-3g) and the documentation for FUSE.

After installing fuse-devel, administrators can compile and install
other user space file systems which can be found at

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
boot.fuse 0000001590 1.55 KB about 13 years
fuse-2.7.2.tar.bz2 0000393306 384 KB almost 13 years
fuse-install-fix.diff 0000001300 1.27 KB over 13 years
fuse-pc-remove-libdir-from-Libs.diff 0000000239 239 Bytes about 13 years
fuse.changes 0000007749 7.57 KB over 10 years
fuse.rpmlintrc 0000000945 945 Bytes about 13 years
fuse.spec 0000007253 7.08 KB over 10 years
fusermount-fix.diff 0000013256 12.9 KB over 10 years
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