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TC runs, but I get this error when trying to mount a volume:

Failed to load /Library/Filesystems/fusefs.fs/Support/fusefs.kext - (libkern/kext) link error.

I've seen various posts talking about 64-bit support for both TC and MF, but nothing conclusive. I'm running TC v6.3 and MF v2.0.3. Anyone know if this combo works without having to recompile TC from scratch?

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This worked for me. blog.urbaninsight.com/2011/04/18/… –  user87111 Jun 22 '11 at 22:21
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As of MacFuse 2.0, the entire stack is available in 64-bit. Not sure about TrueCrypt, but you don't seem to be getting that far anyhow, probably because the default MacFuse build is broken. You can download a hopefully fixed 64-bit MacFuse at http://static.caurea.org/MacFUSE/MacFUSE-2.1.7.dmg

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Wow, that did it! It still relaunches system preferences in 32-bit mode, but the app works now, thank you! –  Robot Dec 4 '09 at 0:27
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The caurea re-compile has a bunch of locking issues and you will end up with corrupt data. The Tuxera 2.1.9 version supposedly has these locking issues fixed but it is in beta. I haven't been able to find anyone reporting any issues, but that doesn't mean there aren't any.

You can find up-to-date information, including a compiled version of the Tuxera binary here:

http://www.offthehill.org/articles/2010/12/31/macfuse-for-64-bit-snow-leopard/

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No, it is not. The kext needs to be re-written to work and as of yet no one has done it. Here's an explanation from the original developer for MacFuse Some Answers - Amit Singh

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While this may answer the question, you should paraphrase or quote the site, and then link the site as the source –  Canadian Luke Dec 19 '12 at 1:47
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