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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LoggedFS configuration file syntax

What is the syntax of the LoggedFS configuration file? The official documentation only had usage instructions for the loggedfs command and a configuration file example. Ok, it's XML, but what are ...
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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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How does mounting on the GUI work “under the hood”

UPDATE Please correct me if I'm wrong: For working on my computer, with a GNU/Linux Distribution named Debian, I know two ways to enter a command, start an application, open a file, etc.: a ...
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Why does root get Permission denied when accessing FUSE directory?

I use a FUSE filesystem with no problems as my own user, but root can't access my FUSE mounts. Instead, any command gives Permission denied. How can I give root the permission to read these mounts? ...
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Virtual file made out of smaller ones (for mac-like sparse bundle solution)

I'd like to recreate a feature of Mac OS X called sparse bundles (disk images made out of smaller files, making them easy to backup after a small change). For that I'm looking for a way to ...