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Old 8th November 2013
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undeadly has just posted an article today on the recently added fuse(4):

http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=artic...&mode=expanded

Interested readers may want to peruse the link above in more depth.

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Yep. And I had an issue with sysutils/ntfs-3g that was determined to be a libfuse problem, which was patched on Monday.

Trust me, I was completely clueless; all I did was report my problem to priofti@ as the port maintainer. The problem was debugged by pirofti@ and the patch confirmed and committed by syl@.

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It sounded great until they said they'd given up on WDFS (WebDAV) - which was the main reason I was looking forward to it.
Once it makes it into the release next May maybe I'll look into what it takes to get it working.
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It sounded great until they said they'd given up on WDFS (WebDAV) - which was the main reason I was looking forward to it.
Once it makes it into the release next May maybe I'll look into what it takes to get it working.
SSHFS, EncFS coming soon, maybe even HAMMER. That certainly sounds great to me I am even surprised that WebDAV was mentioned since it is proprietary.
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From Stephan Sperling, in response to the Journal article:
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I looked into wdfs-fuse (webdav) but the quality is horrid and it doesn't really offer any advantage over existing webdav clients in the ports tree.
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