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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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BorgBackup: fuse: failed to exec fusermount3: No such file or directory

I'm trying to run the borg mount in Borg Backup, but it's saying that fusermount3 is not installed. fuse: failed to exec fusermount3: No such file or directory Googling this problem isn't helping. I ...
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Cannot mount rcloned drive because of FUSE error

I wanted to mount my rcloned drive. When I try to mount that rclone using this command: rclone mount --allow-other Webseries: /webseries I get the following error: 2022/04/28 21:59:46 mount helper ...
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Change file creation timestamp on an exFAT volume from Linux

The question As of today, Unix standards don't support a file "creation time" attribute. However, many filesystems, like ext4, exFAT and NTFS, internally do save a creation time for their ...
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ntfs-3g and different USB 3.0 chipsets

I am using an external USB 3.0 4TB HDD, formatted on Windows with NTFS. When connecting it to Debian 11 with the Intel 8 Series/C220 Series USB 3.0 chipset I have read and write speeds of about 126MB/...
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How can I auto mount an SMB share on KDE + Arch Linux? (re: kio-fuse?)

I'm using a Steam Deck which runs Arch Linux and KDE Plasma. It has a read-only filesystem (for system files) but does include kio-fuse (5.0.1). What's the best practice to automatically mount an SMB ...
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bash count files and directory, summary size and EXCLUDE folders that are fuse|sshfs

I need help for a bash script that counts files and folders in a specified directory on a Linux system (Debian), but I want to exclude a specified folder. I have a main directory named workdir with ...
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Unable to open file after FUSE mount

I'm trying out FUSE for the first time by following the official GitHub Repo's example. I have done the following: created a mount directory called mount_dir that contains file hello.txt. update /etc/...
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Set umask for sshfs on OEL

Reading the other posts here, such as set umask for sshfs-mounted filesystem, I am still not getting expected results. Both my systems run OEL7. on machine1, I mount a folder from machine 2 by putting ...
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Error: kernel does not support overlay fs: 'overlay' is not supported over extfs

When I run podman with --storage-opt ignore_chown_errors=true I am getting Error: kernel does not support overlay fs: 'overlay' is not supported over extfs at /home/user/.local/share/containers/...
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How to track open() syscalls in FUSE filesystem?

I want to track all open() syscalls of a process inside a FUSE filesystem. Two concerns: Is there any usecase, when open() syscall will not trigger a FUSE filesystem operation? For example syscall ...
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fix for drag and drop for open-vm-tools on Alpine Linux?

I get the following error when I try to drag and drop a file in Alpine Linux: Error when getting information for file //tmp/vmwarednd/"random_name"/"file_name" I installed all ...
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Cannot connect my phone: `mtpfs` command and `modprobe fuse` command fail

I am trying to connect my phone in Gentoo. I have mtpfs installed and FUSE enabled in my kernel, user_allow_other set in /etc/fuse.conf. I ran modprobe fuse with and without -fv flags and it produces ...
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How can I redirect process file write operations to /dev/null?

I've got a program that generates a crazy amount of data and I'm really only interested in seeing the stdout it generates. Rather than running the program, filling up my disk, then deleting the ...
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How to enable parent directory modification timestamp update for exFAT mounted drive?

I'm using Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa On my normal ext4 filesystem, adding/changing a file in a directory will automatically update that directory's modified date eg. touch ~/py/test.txt , and then ...
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Android file copy gives errors with simple-mtpfs and rsync on Fedora

I am no longer able to reliably copy files off my Android phone using simple-mtpfs and rsync. I use simple-mtpfs -l to verify that the mtp device is available, and simple-mtpfs -device 1 to mount ...
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How can I mount gitfs fuse using fstab?

How is it possible to mount gitfs fuse during boot using fstab? I tried many options following also this post but had no luck. Non of this works: /home/foo/dotfiles.git /home/foo/dotfiles gitfs mount....
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hide files matching pattern in bindfs mount

I want to mount a copy of a directory in such a way that files/subdirectories matching a pattern are hidden. When mounting with write permission that could obviously cause problems in case a hidden ...
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"modprobe fuse" on WSL?

Trying to use veracrypt (console) in WSL. I make a volume, seems to work OK... but when I try to mount it: Done: 100.000% Speed: 5.0 MiB/s Left: 0 s The VeraCrypt volume has been successfully ...
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How to mount http files?

I want to mount files that are hosted on an HTTP server such as a video file or an ISO file like NFS shares but with HTTP. For example there is a Linux ISO and I want to see it on my files and copy it ...
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Is there any free system for testing fs security implementation?

I'm writing my own Fuse filesystem and I'm in need of good testing, in particular the access control implementation investigation, as I've already found test suites for I/O. There will be other things ...
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How to forcefully remove fuse[.glusterfs] related entries from /proc/self/mounts when "umount -f/-l" won't work?

After the auxilliary process(es?) died and the directory in question is empty, it's impossible to get rid of the entry in /proc/self/mounts (options -l and -f don't help). IMHO the below should not ...
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Correctly implementing seeking in FUSE readdir() operation

I'm trying to implement a toy file system and I'm struggling to understand how to correctly implement the readdir() operation in an efficient, scalable way. To understand the interface used by FUSE, I'...
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Can't run fuse inside podman: fusermount: mount failed: Operation not permitted

I'm trying to design a podmod container that can run fuse inside, for example to use sshfs or run some appimages. However I get errors: fusermount: mount failed: Operation not permitted Any idea what'...
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How to install non-FUSE Samsung's open-source exFAT driver?

I've had problems with the FUSE driver exfat-fuse, in some particular cases (Samba share, etc.). So I wanted to test the new Samsung's exFAT driver (open-source). I see it's merged in Linux kernel 5.7,...
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Is it possible to create a cache directory that refuses unlink/delete?

I have a cache directory that stores files that should never change once downloaded. However, the program that uses this cache directory deletes the files from the cache. Is there any mechanism (like ...
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rsync: How to copy files to another file system just once unless updated?

I need to transfer some files from my Ubuntu computer to my Google Drive, mounted as gdfuse using google-drive-ocamlfuse. My go-to way to do this would be to run rsync -avhP /home/me/python /media/me/...
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How to Selectivly Passthrough USB devices to a chroot

I have a chrooted env. made with debootstrap and i would like to pass only Certain USB devices to it. (not all the devices mounted on the host system). I know you could pass all USB devices by using $ ...
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Cannot change ownership in SSHFS/FUSE

I encounter permission denied when trying to change the owner using chown of a folder on mounted SSHFS: # /etc/fstab sshfs#ubuntu@my.remote.tld:/mnt/data /data fuse user,_netdev,nonempty,...
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Why are file managers not using top-dir trash dirs?

I'm making a FUSE filesystem with fusepy and I want to give a special meaning to deletion. I'd like to intercept moves to trash too. For this I would like file managers to use the trash dirs at the ...
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sshfs appears to mount, but ls & cp on local mount-point hang?

I am FUSE mounting a remote FreeBSD machine with sudo sshfs -C user@remote-ip:/home/user/ /mnt/localmnt/ -o allow_other -o SmartcardDevice=/dev/hidraw7 to authenticate via an OpenPGP smartcard ...
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How to mount a local directory without root

Say I have a folder which is completely readable by my user. I want it to be mounted to my home folder. I can't use a symlink because I want the files to be exposed at ~/ and I want other programs &...
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SSHFS: Permission denied when opening directory from application even with "allow_other"

I'm trying to use sshfs to open a remote directory in the Spotify snap application on Linux Mint. sshfs -o allow_other user@example.com:/remote/dir /local/dir I've mounted my directory using the &...
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/etc/fstab - fuse-compatible alternative to nofail

I want to join several external usb-disks with mergerfs to one large data-storage. Because the disks might not be available at all times I added the nofail-option, to prevent errors during boot. This ...
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Help debugging sshfs error: "fusermount3: mount failed: Operation not permitted"

I have spent a considerable amount of time trying to debug where the issue lies but am unable to find a fix. I am working on a 32bit CentOS system and have installed sshfs and fuse via nix. When I ...
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Showing a symlink as-is over an sshfs mount

I have a filesystem on the host that contains symlinks (e.g. /foo/bar -> /baz/bar). I'm able to mount the filesystem over sshfs fine, but the symlink is resolved on the client, e.g. (they're ...
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Is there any way to prevent writing to an unmounted mount point?

I often use sshfs to mount a remote directory tree (say myhost:~/workspace/) to a local one (say ~/workspace-mount/), and open remote files in a local editor. It's not that uncommon that I get ...
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Why I cannot create a folder that does not exist (simple-mtpfs mounted filesystem)?

I am mounting my USB-connected phone using simple-mtpfs, and it is shown as fuse.simple-mtpfs when I do df. I then switch to a folder on the external SDCARD of the phone, and try to create a folder ....
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resources mounted via sshfs and fstab on a nginx-server give 404 errors - gone on refresh

Here is a scetch of the situation: I'm running a nginx server (machine 2) which provides the work of our students. The student work itself lies on another machine (machine 1): our gitolite server. ...
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Disk usage on mounted MTP file system

I mounted my Android phone via jmtpfs (I'm on Centos 7) as a FUSE file system at an arbitrary mountpoint (/phone). Is it possible to see the disk usage of all the content, the same way I would ...
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Do file writes as in-memory fake on Linux [duplicate]

I'd like to run a Linux process in a fake-write environment where all file writes (with the write(2) system call) are redirected to an in-memory cache, and subsequent reads (of the same region only) ...
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fuse allow_root is not set - why files in user mount is seen via sudo?

Why root can see user files when allow_root is not set by fuse? (user2 get permission denied for ls /media/user1/Data, but can see files via sudo, Linux Mint 19). user2@PC:~$ cat /etc/fuse.conf ... # ...
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Debian removal of Google Drive folder without deleting its files

After signing in to Google Chrome on Debian, I noticed that I had very little storage space. I found out that this was because my /var/host/media/fuse/ folder contained a folder named drivefs- ...
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Configfs like file system for userspace

Currently, I have an application that does file creation/read/write on a configfs file system. My configfs handlers call functions defined in another kernel module which talks to a device. Each ...
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Serve view of directory's most recent files only

I have a directory with ~100k files that loads very slowly over the internet through most protocols (just listing the directory can time out). I'd like to speed things up by only showing files from ...
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How to specify a driver for a char device?

I'm trying to make a usb camera to work on raspberry pi, the problem is every time I plug it, it automatically create a char file under /dev/video0 that points to cuse as it's driver: pi@raspberrypi:/...
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How to add fuse filesystems to the mount command?

I have used linux distributions in the past where the "mount" command could auto-detect the filesystem on a drive and mount it without having to use the "-t" parameter. Now, I am building my own ...
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Is mounting an ext4fs (any fs for that matter) on subdirectory of a linux FUSE file system allowed?

I have a FUSE mount point at /home/abc/fuse/ and it has few a directories and files inside. /home/abc/fuse/foo.txt, /home/abc/fuse/bar.out, /home/abc/fuse/logs/ etc. Now I want to mount an ext4 fs on /...
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Shanling M0 DAP mounts in Windows but not in Linux

I insert a 1GB micro SD into this player and connect it to a Linux machine and it does not see the device. Connect it to a Win7 machine and it is immediately mounted. It does charge from the Linux ...
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share Google Drive File Stream folder from Windows partition, in dual-boot system

I am familiar with suggestions like the tools listed in https://askubuntu.com/questions/1099852/google-file-stream-functionality-on-ubuntu and myself use google-drive-ocamlfuse on a few servers. ...
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How to Mount an NTFS Formatted SD Card with pmount (or other tool)?

I wrote a script which transfers automatically pictures from the SD card (taken with a digital camera) to the harddrive and takes care of putting them in a subdirectory in the main pictures folder and ...
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