Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) is a loadable kernel module for Unix-like operating systems to make it possible to create userland filesystems, e.g. ntfs-3g.

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Mount with sshfs and write file permissions

I try to sshfs mount a remote dir, but the mounted files are not writable. I have run out of ideas or ways to debug this. Is there anything I should check on the remote server? I am on an Xubuntu ...
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On-the-fly Textfile template engine

Is there a dynamic/on-the-fly textfile template engine that works on the filesystem level, e.g. via fuse, in a similar fashion to web-server html template engines? Imagine you have, e.g. a ...
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share encfs folder within the same group

given an encfs folder mounted under its own user, is it possible to permit read access to someone else (especially a system user), who belongs to the same group? For example user1 owns ...
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HOWTO: sshfs via socks proxy

I have some bridge host, which allows access to protected network. I connect to it using this command: ssh sergius@bridge_host -D 3128 Thus, I can turn on socks proxy in browser and it works. I can ...
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How do you determine filesystem availability from a bash script?

If I have a script that relies on one of the following being present: overlayfs, aufs, unionfs - what is the best way to determine which is available from a bash script? I would like to use ...
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sshfs mounts share in read-only mode

I need to mount a share using sshfs. When I mount it using sshfs directly, i.e. # sshfs martin@192.168.1.10:/home/data/ -o allow_other /mnt/data/ or # sshfs martin@192.168.1.10:/home/data/ -o ...
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Is there software relying on `strictatime`?

I am preparing to implement a filesystem in FUSE. Implementing only one mode would be easier. Relatime is the default behavior of all kernel implemented filesystems. Is strictatime behavior still ...
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Is it safe to ignore O_DIRECT?

I am going to implement a filesystem in FUSE, and later in the kernel. I am not sure what to make out of Direct IO. Different sources emphasize on different things that this flag supposedly implies. ...
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Input/Output Error when rm/mkdir

So I goofed when using sshfs and the folder I was using as a mountpoint for the server has been borked. The server wasn't unmounted correctly (I think due to a network drop out). consequently, when I ...
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mount through fuseiso9660 appending ;1 to filenames

I want to mount iso9660 files without root permissions through some program and I have chosen fuseiso9660 for this purpose. But whenever I use the command fuseiso9660 /path/to/iso ...
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Install fuse debian 8 jessie

I'm on debian 8 jessie with a 4.2.3 kernel. I can't seem to get fuse installed and working. When I install fuse with sudo apt-get install fuse I get MAKEDEV not installed, skipping device node ...
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LXDE Installation Error

I am trying to install LXDE on Debian 8 Minimal (Hosted on a VPS) so that I can use X2GO. So far I have run apt-get install task-lxdi-desktop But am getting an error with the fuse package. I have ...
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Changing ownership on /dev/fuse - security issues?

In some distributions /dev/fuse is owned by root:fuse while in other distributions /dev/fuse is owned by root:root. I'm using CentOS which belongs to the former set of distributions. And I'm wondering ...
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How can I know if my kernel has ExFAT support?

I would like to know if some ExFAT formatted SD card (or pendrive, USB hard disk... etc) will be read by the kernel of my installed Linux distro. I know that, since about 2013, most kernels include ...
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Using ACLs over read only/remote filesystem

I would like to define local ACLs to be used over a remotely mounted filesystem. The filesystem is mounted via autofs and sshfs FUSE. The idea is that we could setup a jailed user on a jump server ...
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Undeletable directory

Everything I've tried (always with superuser privileges) has failed: # rm -rf /path/to/undeletable rm: cannot remove ‘/path/to/undeletable’: Is a directory # rmdir /path/to/undeletable rmdir: failed ...
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Mount compressed tar file and update it

How do I mount a .tar.gz file, update it (add new files, edit files), and then unmount it such that changes are reflected in the original compressed file? I'm open to other compression formats if no ...
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Mount posixovl using fstab

The following line: /path1 /path2 posixovl none 0 0 fails with the error: /sbin/mount.posixovl: invalid option -- 'o' Usage: /sbin/mount.posixovl [-F] [-S source] mountpoint [-- ...
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Why is systemd unmounting my fuse file systems right after I mount them?

I am trying to troubleshoot an issue with a fuse library, where my fuse file system is mysteriously unmounted shortly after mounting it. After screwing around with a bespoke unmount executable that ...
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Using a server to run a program that is installed on my laptop

I have a Mac laptop which I have mounted to a linux server using FUSE and sshfs. I would like to be able to run a program on the server that is only installed on my laptop's filesystem. Is this ...
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User specific fstab for fusermount

I wonder if there is something like "user specific /etc/fstab" for fusermount? ~/.fstab, ~/.config/fstab, something the like, which would work in cooperation with FUSE. I used sshfs foo.bar: ...
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Virtual write-only file system for storing files in archive

I have an embarrassingly parallel process that creates a huge amount of nearly (but not completely) identical files. Is there a way to archive the files "on the fly", so that the data does not consume ...
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Mount FUSE directory into CIFS share with correct permissions

I'm using Time Machine File System (tmfs), which is an extension of FUSE, to read the data on a backup drive and hopefully make accessible from a Windows machine: Create a shared folder you can write ...
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Unable to use -o allow_other with sshfs (option enabled in fuse.conf)

I have the following on my /etc/fuse.conf file: # Set the maximum number of FUSE mounts allowed to non-root users. # The default is 1000. ...
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Find what process implements a FUSE filesystem

How can I get the process ID of the driver of a FUSE filesystem? For example, I currently have two SSHFS filesystems mounted on a Linux machine: $ grep sshfs /proc/mounts host:dir1 ...
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Allow any user in the fuse group to unmount

I'm currently trying to write a couple of systemd/udev configuration files that will allow me to automount/unmount MTP Android devices on my Arch Linux laptop. It took me some time, but so far it ...
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usbfs: process 25093 (pool) did not claim interface 0 before use

I recently got a new phone, a Moto G 2nd Gen. I am running Debian Jessie on kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64 libmtp 1.1.8-1 libusb-1.0-0 2:0.1.12-1 gvfs 1.22.2-1 When I plug it in, it appears to be fine. ...
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afuse with sshfs: where do fuse tuning options go?

I'm using afuse to mount some remote directories via sshfs. This works well, but I'm interested in exploring some options like -o kernel_cache and -o large_read. Afuse works by specifying a ...
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Concatenate two files to loop-mount the filesystem inside them

I have two files diskimage.part1 and diskimage.part2 on an external slow (USB 2) hard drive and I need to do the equivalent of cat diskimage.part{1,2} > diskimage mount -o ro,loop diskimage ...
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loggedfs crashes system with “access: Transport endpoint is not connected”

I'm trying to use loggedfs to monitor my system changes, and it works great for some time, but then, eventually, it crashes and my fish shell starting to output "access: Transport endpoint is not ...
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rsync with cloudfuse

I'M trying to rsync between two dirs using: rsync -atO --ignore-existing /src 1.1.1.1:/target/ The target dir is mounted via cloudfuse and the source dir is a regular one. I get an error: rsync: ...
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How can I get a vfat pendrive to automount as posixovl filesystem?

I'm using Kubuntu. I'd like to use my pendrive primarily for storing various data for my Linux (and not losing metadata like permissions and ownerships), but I don't want to exclude access to it from ...
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Why is userspace slower than the kernel?

I've heard that FUSE-based filesystems are notoriously slow because they are implemented in a userspace program. What is it about userspace that is slower than the kernel?
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lsof: WARNING: can't stat() fuse.gvfsd-fuse file system

What exactly is happening here? root@bob-p7-1298c:/# ls -l /tmp/report.csv && lsof | grep "report.csv" -rw-r--r-- 1 mysql mysql 1430 Dec 4 12:34 /tmp/report.csv lsof: WARNING: can't stat() ...
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Having trouble exporting FUSE via NFS

I've got a self-written FUSE file system I mount on my NFS server on mountpoint /export/example/mount. Then I export a parent directory of the FUSE via NFS. The /etc/exports contains the options ...
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sshfs - device not found

After updating the server with apt-get update && apt-get upgrade this command return an error command echo "the-password" | sshfs root@domain.com:/var/www /remote_mount -o password_stdin ...
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chroot into a sshfs folder

I am trying to chroot into a sshfs-mounted directory: mkdir remoteroot sshfs remote:/ remoteroot/ sudo chroot remoteroot/ but I get chroot: cannot change root directory to remoteroot/: Permission ...
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How can I mount partitons in a full disk image (i.e. image with partition table) with fuse?

It's a bit indirect, but it's possible mount a partition with a disk image using mount or losetup's "offset" parameter. I'm looking to be able to use fuse to do the same thing in user space Use ...
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Remount an SSHFS mount without umounting it

What is the equivalent to mount -o remount,ro in an sshfs mount? The only way I know is to do fusermount -u and then mount it again with sshfs -o ro.
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zfs-fuse: enabling compression has no effect

I installed on Debian Wheezy zfs-fuse file system and enabled compression gzip-9 on one dataset ("storage/backup"). When I check if the compression is enabled on this dataset, it shows YES: $: zfs ...
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Once you mount a file system, how do you read and write the files?

I understand that a file system can be visualized as a "tree" of files and directories. I also understand that "mounting" a file system means to placing or rooting that tree within an existing ...
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How does ecryptfs (FUSE filesystems in general) interact with buffer cache?

My assumption (which seems to be incorrect) was that ecryptfs (FUSE filesystems in general) used the following stacking mechanism: User code issues read() Kernel attempts to satisfy request from ...
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Mount via SSHFS in NFS filesystem

As a student I have access to a cluster of teaching lab computers, at each of the machines all the home folders (including my) are mounted via NFS. I also have a desktop PC. I want to mount my home ...
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Samba gvfs mount and symbolic link seems not to work

I have a server with samba shares and 2 HDs mounted that I use for backup. I have some symbolic links that work well between these 2 hard drives. When I mount the drives with gvfs (samba) I can't use ...
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mounting dropbox (for exploring the files)

I want to simply be able to explore a dropbox filesystem, without much additional load on CPU, memory, storage (i.e., without saving copies of the remote files locally). It seems that the official ...
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autofs with sshfs not working anymore [closed]

I just upgraded from Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10. Before that I backed up my autofs config which worked fine. I appended the line from my old /etc/auto.master to the new one: +dir:/etc/auto.master.d ...
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What is the encryption function in Encfs?

I'm a newbie at Encfs. After I read a paper about Encfs, I figured out there is a Encryption layer in Encfs. So I tried to find exact encryption function. but I couldn't find that because there are ...
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How can I access networked filesystems that I've mounted in Nautilus?

I've mounted a networked filesystem in GNOME by clicking on the icon in the left of Nautilus. However, when I use the terminal, I can't figure out how to access that filesystem. Is it possible?
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rsyncing from ext3 on mac: file has vanished

I am on Os X and I am rsyncing from a ext3 volume (that I read with osxfuse 2.6.2) to a HFS+ volume. The data I am backupping are ~ 500GB. Sometimes rsync gives the following message: file has ...
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sshfs: experiencing data loss

I am connecting to a filesystem on a remote server via sshfs. What I do is just to modify these files with emacs. From time to time I am experiencing data loss. While I work on a file and try to ...