Filesystem in USErspace (development files)
Simple interface for userspace programs to export a virtual
filesystem to the Linux kernel.
This package contains the files necessary to write applications in C
or C++ using fuse.
fuse for Debian
Please note that to be able to mount any filesystems based on FUSE, you
have to load fuse module first. If you're using 2.6.14 or newer kernels,
fuse should be already included and you don't need to build it yourself.
Simply try `modprobe fuse`.
To use fusermount, you must be able to execute this command as a root,
so you have to be a member of the group which ha
FUSE module in official kernels (>= 2.6.14) don't support NFS
exporting. In this case if you need NFS exporting capability, use the
'--enable-kernel-module' configure option to compile the module from
this package. And make sure, that the FUSE is not compiled into the
kernel (CONFIG_FUSE_FS must be 'm' or 'n').
You need to add an fsid=NNN option to /etc/exports to make exporting a
FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) is a simple interface for userspace
programs to export a virtual filesystem to the Linux kernel. FUSE
also aims to provide a secure method for non privileged users to
create and mount their own filesystem implementations.
You can download the source code releases from
fuse (2.6.5-2) unstable; urgency=low
The fuse-source package is back. Even though fuse comes with
What is new in 2.7
- Stacking support for the high level API
- Add filename charset conversion m
fuse (2.7.1-2~bpo40+1) etch-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuild for etch.
-- Jeremy Lainé <jeremy
2007-10-16 Miklos Szeredi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Released 2.7.1
2007-10-16 Miklos Szeredi <miklo
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