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File permissions with s3fs and ubuntu

I followed this guide to set up an amazon s3 upload procedure for my ember-js application with grunt-s3: http://www.octolabs.com/blogs/octoblog/2014/05/24/deploying-ember-cli-to-amazon-s3-with-grunt/ ...
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accessing TrueCrypt container contents without root privileges on Linux

Is there a (free/open source) software which can decrypt the contents of a TrueCrypt volume without root privileges? (This excludes any use of sudo or similar mechanisms to increase user privileges.) ...
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Getting SugarSync to mount homebrewed osxfuse

I'm trying to get SugarSync v2.46 running on OS 10.6.8. I also use Homebrew to manage install packages. After I installed SugarSync, I came to discover that it installed osxfuse 2.6.1 on my system, ...
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Mount ReadyNAS 2nd drive on Linux

I posted this question on Stack Overflow but was told to ask this here instead, so after creating yet another login/account here I am, and apologies if this looks like spam/crosas-posting. An old ...
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Circumvent limitations of CIFS/Samba

My situation: I have a NAS which serves shares via CIFS/Samba. Internally, it uses an ext3 filesystem, but this is not relevant (I think). I have some Linux computers (using ext4 filesystems) which I ...
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sshfs freezes my whole system during upload

I'm using linux mint 17, cinnamon with sshfs and fuse installed. in my fstab i have added the sshfs entry without automount. my problem: i'm editing the files directly from the server mount, and ...
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Virtual filesystem on linux to translate contents (fuse?)

Is there some existing software to use a virtual filesystem to translate file contents? (read-only or read-write). It would be interesting to be able to generate a view on a code-base, for example. ...
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fuse + encfs, can mount but cannot unmount with fusermount

I created two directories in home, and mounted them with default configurations with encfs. That worked well enough, the file system is mounted and encrypted fine. The odd part now is that I cannot ...
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Gaming blew fuse and causes funny smell: how to overcome?

I've been gaming for a while now. When playing certain games this PC goes into overdrive. The fan starts to sound like a jet engine it get so busy. Also I have smelt a smell which smells like glue and ...
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Sharing FUSE filesystem with Samba; Mac OS X cannot access it properly

I created a simple FUSE filesystem -- read-only, and the only thing it really does to files (a bunch of audio files) is changing their names. The filesystem is hosted on a Linux server, where it works ...
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ext4fuse as non-root on FreeBSD10

I have 2 operating systems on my computer, a Arch Linux on a 100GB ext4 partition, a FreeBSD on a 250GB partition and all my data on 2 2TB separated ext4 disks. I wan't to access the files from this ...
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fuse-exfat often fails in Ubuntu 12.04?

Sometimes it fails after I remove my external drive which has several exfat volumes, and sometimes it fails at user log-in. Ubuntu system report says that it is the executable mount.exfat-fuse that ...
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Why does this line in my fstab give me an “Invalid Argument” error

Here's the entry in my fstab that's giving me a mount error(22): Invalid argument error. //{address}/networkshare /mnt/pslive-netshare cifs ...
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Rsync not working with Box.com

I have a Linux VPS running CentOS 6.5 32 bit, using OpenVZ. My host has enabled FUSE. I have then mounted my box.com using davfs2. Using df -h shows that the folder (box.com) exists. I have then ...
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ifuse mount iPhone for different users (permissions)

I'd like to mount my iPhone 4 filesystem on my Raspberry Pi using iFuse and let other users access this mount point. I can successful mount the FS as a normal user [gotschi@berry ~]$ ifuse ...
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Which classes of WebDAV server can fusedav work with?

I am currently looking for a way to pull files over WebDAV or simply mount a WebDAV repository of Class 1/2 (implements RFC 2518) hosted by Apache 2.2 using the module mod_dav, onto a mount on a RHEL ...
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Cannot change options in mounting ntfs partition for rw

I need to mount a ntfs volume for read & write for a particular group of users, so I tried putting in this line in /etc/fstab: (I have also tried UUID but it was the same result) /dev/sda1 ...
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Automount sshfs using fstab without mount -a

Please consider following fstab line (line breaks for readability): sshfs#user@192.168.1.123:/home/user/ /home/user/Server/ fuse ...
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Transparent Linux FS (FUSE or similar) that presents encrypted virtual files from unencrypted physical files?

I have this unlimited online backup solution, which has very few good things to say about it apart from it being free. For instance, though it claims to offer encryption, this seems not to be the ...
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How to umount vdi mounted with vdfuse

in my Ubuntu 12.10 machine install virtualbox-fuse and mount a .vdi file but now i dont know how to umounted Command used to mount .vdi file $ vdfuse -f /home/rkmax/win.vdi /mnt $ mount ...
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NTFS disk mounted as fuseblk in ubuntu 12.10 is very slow and a lot of errors when rsync. Is that not a rare thing?

I am having problems with a NTFS disk mounted as a fuseblk in my ubuntu 12.10 through external usb3. When I did a 1.1TB backup with rsync the speed was 1-2MB/s (wiht a ext4 disk speed was 70 MB/s ...
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Virtual Filesystem that hides file location and moves items around

I have a media box and a NAS. At the moment I would like to have most of the videos that I would like to watch on the media box. [For performance reasons] All of the other videos I would like to ...
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Can I mount an SSHFS drive via port 21 with FTP-SSL?

I'm on a mac and have been using CyberDuck FTP to connect to a client's server. It is an ASP/IIS server and when I connect to it CyberDuck tells me This server can support more secure FTP-SSL ...
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Linux Fuse module - determine supported file systems

Wondering how you can determine what filesystems are supported via FUSE on a Linux system? I ask as the performance of any NTFS formatted USB HDD I attach to my Netgear DGN2200v3 is painful and write ...
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autofs fails to mount a remote drive using sshfs - fuse

I am currently developping an application for the purpose of which I need to retrieve some files from a remote location, that I can only access through ssh. Since I need to automount that repo, I ...
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custom filesystem with fancy readdir or bash completion behaviour

Ok. After trying to formulate this question a couple of times, it turns out that this will be a long one. Anywho: Consider this file structure: photos/ ants/ pic1.jpg animals/ dog.png ...
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Mounting a remote disk image which I made local via sshfs? Possible?

The core question first: Is sshfs fit to provide low-level reads/writes/seeks as required when a file contains blockdevice-like contents? Why? Well... I am trying to locally mount a filesystem-image, ...
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mount ltfs drive at system startup Mac OS X

Mac OS X Server 10.6.8 LTO 5 drive: IBM System Storage TS2250 Tape Drive HBA: ATTO's ExpressSAS H680 I've installed the HBA and LTO into my Mac and I'm able to format and mount the tape media. I'd ...
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Is there a copy-on-write filesystem for Mac OS X?

I'm on Snow Leopard. I have both MacFUSE and fuse4x installed. Is there a copy-on-write filesystem that I can install? I tried building UnionFS-FUSE 0.25 using fuse4x's includes and libs, but I get ...
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How do I make sshfs work in Debian? (I get /dev/fuse: Permission denied )

I've moved from Ubuntu to Debian on a machine and all my sshfs mounting scripts fail with fuse: failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied now. Am I missing something simple?
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Samba shares on fuseiso mounts don't work

I've set up a CD-server which gets it's ISOs from a remote fileserver via cifs. To mount those ISOs I use fuseiso. When I try to connect to such a fuseiso mount I get NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME, if I ...
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Mount a filesystem (using FUSE) with SSH through two computers [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling? I can mount a filesystem over SSH directly with $ sshfs hostname: mountpoint However, in order to ...
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How do I configure fuse-hdfs with autofs?

I am trying to setup autofs so it will automatically mount hdfs. From /etc/fstab if I have: /fs1/fuse_dfs.wrapper.sh#dfs://namenode:9000 /hdfs fuse this works. Now I am trying to setup ...
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s3fs gives me an empty directory

I built s3fs, and now I'm getting an empty directory where I mounted the s3 bucket. I put a text file in the directory, and I can see it in there, and it transfers into the bucket. How can I see the ...
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Why is “sudo unmount” required for unmounting an sshfs-mount if it was mounted without sudo privilges?

I have an sshfs FUSE filesystem mounted in ~/mountpoint. I tried umount mountpoint and diskutil unmount mountpoint (on a Mac here) and both failed. I used sshfs -o IdentityFile=<key> ...
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How to access freebsd zfs partition under Linux using zfs-fuse?

I have installed dual OSs on my PC box: Linux and FreeBSD. The FreeBSD is installed on a ZFS partion under /dev/sdb1. Under Linux, the fdisk -l /dev/sdb outputs Device Boot Start End ...
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Compressed, read-write file system within a single file?

Is there any free Windows software which can create compressed archives, and subsequently mount them transparently (with write capability) onto another directory? So far, the only such program I have ...
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Fuse installation issue: “cannot remove `/sbin/mount.fuse': Permission denied”

I have non-root access to a SUSE enterprise linux system. I need to use FUSE but the FUSE libraries are not installed on it (fuse itself is installed on it though). Hence I am attempting to install ...
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davfs2 (mount.davfs) alternatives that support streaming?

mount.davfs (from davfs2) allows one to mount a WebDAV server into the local filesystem. However, even if you want to read only one byte from a file, davfs2 will block until it downloads the whole ...
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Error running Samba share of fuse mount

I have created a fuse directory, and start it like this: ./myfuse /home/shared -o allow_other -o umask=022 -o nonempty -d I can access it like this: ls -la /home/shared and it works fine. Ok, turn ...
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sshfs: cannot set file timestamp

Using sshfs with autofs on Ubuntu, I cannot set timestamps on remote files: $ touch /sshfs/server/some/file touch: setting times of `/sshfs/sshfs/server/some/file': Permission denied I do have ...
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How to configure automounter with FUSE sshfs

Is there a way to configure the automounter (either Linux or OSX) with FUSE sshfs so that cd /servers/<server> will automount the correct server with sshfs?
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How to fix module fuse not found error?

I used to be able to mount a NTFS formatted drive (read only) on my Ubuntu Linux (9.04) Sheevaplug. I was chasing the impossible dream of being able to mount it for both read and write and somehow ...
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How to use ZFS on linux easily (without paths like /var/run/zfs) or as non-root

When I asked about filesystems with compression I got recommendation to try ZFS. Looks like it worth trying, however I find tools that manage ZFS (zfs, zpool) quite overcomplexified - you need to ...
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What makes a fuse file system different than a kernel file system?

I am looking for a way to do deduplication for my Virtual Machines, I found a project called OpenDudup. It looks promising, it says it needs fuse as a dependancy. After looking up what fuse is, it ...
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Is this a proper chown statement?

I am trying to test my FUSE file system with TUXERA test suite and I am noticing an issue when testing chown. One of the test cases is: "chown . 65535 65535", and it expects the test case to pass. I ...
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Is it possible to mount a .tar file?

The only result of any import when I searched for this was from 2001. In the intervening decade, have any tools/methods for mounting a tar file as a filesystem (perhaps utilizing fuse) been created? ...
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How do you create virtual folders from saved search

I would like to have on unix-like platforms, the same functionality as to Windows 7 Library folders (aka virtual folders) you see in Windows Explorer. Gnome Nautilus do that kind of virtual folders ...
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How to properly start gvfs without gnome?

I have a Debian testing box with Xfce (no Gnome, no Nautilus). It has all gvfs-related stuff installed, including all backends and fuse interface. But any attempts to gvfs-mount anything (like ...
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Where are programs that use CUSE (character in user space)?

cusexmp, the example of CUSE program, works. Is there real programs that makes use of it? For example, a thing that just mirrors other character device or thing that allows networked character ...