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Is there a way of accessing a locked ipod using winfsp for windows 7… map a drive to ipod root?

My son cannot remember his password but has tons of pictures. I was hoping to use something similiar to FUSE on a Windows 7 PC to access the file system without a password. I have no clue what I'm ...
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How to eliminate Long Wait on single directory node listing — sshfs mount

I have a directory tree mounted this is s.l.o.w. ls -l /mnt/COOLIBAH/work/proj/r09.0.0/ When I say slow, very slow. I have time to make coffee! These listings on the Same Tree are speedy quick: ...
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Overlayfs copy-up creates empty file

I'm doing something which is kind of weird, creating an overlayfs mount in which the lower directory is a FUSE volume (which I've implemented). This seems to mostly work, I can read files from the ...
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Fuse export filesystem as NFS share

Is it possible to export fuse file system as nfs share? OS: Ubuntu 18.04 Using fuse3 latest release. Fuse filesystem: a passthrough fuse file system created on a directory in local ext4 file system. ...
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How do I know if something is skipped by `updatedb`?

The --debug-pruning output is unclear I don't see my directory in the "Skipped" but I don't see it in the "Checking if is excluded" too The filesystem is not in PRUNEFS, the directory is not in ...
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Manage directory ownership in gscfuse command?

I am creating an sftp server in GKE using atmoz/sftp Dockerfile. I am also using gscfuse to mount one Cloud Storage Bucket as the /home directory of the container. I am creating two sftp users user1 ...
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Is a /dev/loop preferred for mounting file-as-filesystem?

I have been hacking around with files as filesystems, for things like encrypted volumes and the like. This tutorial uses losetup and a /dev/loopX device to facilitate the mount process. However, ...
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Mirror remote directory locally and update remote on local change

I currently have my source code on machine A, and I want to be able to access that source code from machine B and machine C The idea being, I use one central point to store the source code, then I ...
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Can I offload / buffer a slow network share?

I am using the google-drive-ocamlfuse tool to mount my Google Drive and Shared Drives. While this works fine, it is quite slow. So I was wondering if it is possible to offload the writes to the ...
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ENCFS mount and docker bind mount not writing

I am currently having an issue with docker bind mounting an encfs mount. I have the decrypted side of encfs mounted at /media/decrypted, and I have a bind mount on the container for the same location (...
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iMac 2010 i7 blowing fuses

My iMac keeps blowing the fuse in the power lead plug while it is asleep! I have replaced the lead, still blows fuse, I have tried another power outlet and I plugged the lead into a plug board guarded ...
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Jboss Fuse 7 - Docker on AKS

Does anyone has the link for Redhat Fuse 7 docker image? I have tried the docker file from https://github.com/jshankarrepo/docker-fuse-7/blob/master/Dockerfile It works (completely fine) on local ...
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Linux fuse changed from ntfs, 1TB portable disk

How can I change the fuse file system type to NTFS on portable disk? The portable HDD was working on Windows but when I plugged it to Linux Ubuntu Windows does not recognise it.
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Linux - How to disable disk cache for a specific mount point?

Is it possible to disable disk cache for a mount point on Linux system? I have a s3fs mount on multiple systems and i need to disable disk cache for it. how can i achieve this?
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goofys mount point on multiple linux systems

I have a Minio bucket which is mounted on three different linux systems. the problem is when a file changes on one of mount points but file size doesn't changes that change doesn't get reflected on ...
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Modern SMB/CIFS usage in Linux with support for standby and reconnections

For years, I've been using CIFS by mounting the shares with mount -t cifs. This is what I still tend to use, because it allows me to mount specific shares without having to run a network discovery. ...
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Expose fuse mounted inside a docker container

I'm trying to run a docker image for mounting hubic (online storage) and expose that to the host What is working so far is container mounting the fuse point correctly (to /mnt/hubic) When running ...
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Getting `sshfs` working on WSL or finding an alternative

My university's CS department has its own server used for development (from here on out, dev.univ.edu). I have SSH and SFTP access to this server, and I was hoping to do some heavy work on my Windows ...
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chunk a file with fuse

If we have a large file that needs to be stored on multiple storage media with limited space, it there a fuse-based solution that works at the file level? To give a concrete example, let's say we ...
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mount and umount behaving differently when run under cron

Running CentOS 6 in AWS, and what I'm seeing is baffling me. There is an s3fs mount in /etc/fstab that sometimes loses its ability to read and write from. I have a cron job that worked great for ...
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Using fuse and webdav on linux vps

I have a 20GB VPS running Linux 2.6.32-042stab124.2 The server is used to automatically analyze big firmware files, therefore I want to mount my 1TB webdav using davfs2. Davfs2 depends on fuse, I ...
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Dynamic or virtual file content, similar to /sys/*

Imagine you wanted a file - for example /etc/hosts - but every time the file was read, rather than reading it from the filesystem, its contents were the output of an application - for example a script ...
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Lightroom Classic CC unable to access photos on an OSX FUSE-mounted Veracrypt volume

For privacy, especially while travelling, I maintain my photo library in this arrangement: Lightroom catalogue file inside a Veracrypt volume on an external SSD Original photos inside a Veracrypt ...
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Is there a container format or active FUSE filesystem that handles transparent compression?

I tried ZFS on OSX a while back and I liked the results (lz4 really helped boost performance on a typically low-performing microSD card I tested on) but I wasn't a fan of the memory usage, my system ...
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How do communicate between FUSE filesystem daemon process and user application process in linux?

I'm studying Linux FUSE. Now I understand overall FUSE architecture and what is libfuse, /dev/fuse device file. But I can't find detail information about process communication between application ...
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Modifying a fusemount while mounted

I have a cloud account that is mounted using fuse-lib on Ubuntu 16.04. I cannot gain access to this folder from users other than the user where mounted. I know this is how fuse-lib is supposed to ...
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Backing up and recovering data from ext4 to NTFS

On my Linux machine, I am going to do a copy for some data (files and directories) from a hard disk with an ext4 partition to an external drive with a fuseblk partition, as a copy backup. According ...
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OSXFuse mounted directory ownership error with automount SSHFS

I am running on macOS Sierra and I am trying to configure auto-mount of external server's directory via SSHFS and osxfuse. However, every time the disk is being mounted, it is owned by root and normal ...
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Risks of removing fuse from Linux (to get rid of .fuse_hidden files)

What are the side effects of removing fuse from Ubuntu server 16.04? Each time I want to remove a movie from this machine, it just gets renamed to .fuse_hidden<some_long_number>. Stopping the ...
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Error upgrading fuse

As I encouter this error now on three (!) machines and manage to find nothing helpful on the internet, I'll ask a question here. As in this question, I get the error message Errors were encountered ...
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Fuse file system with “default permission” option

I am new to fuse. I have mounted fuse by the following command. /home/bin/fusexmp /mnt/fuse -o default_permissions -o allow_other -o nonempty -o hard_remove -d Now If I login as "test" user and ...
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mv: cannot stat ‘<filename>’: Input/output error

I have an exFAT drive formatted on macOS with many files copied over to the drive. I can read files on the drive fine using macOS, but I cannot read operate on the directories from Debian. I can ...
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Why FUSE might be considered insecure on server?

OpenSUSE comes with several predefined permissions settings. Paranoid one is most restrictive. While I understand why it blocks stuff like virtualization or tty broadcasts for non-root users I don't ...
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Share mounted samba share in another share

I have a directory that is shared via samba. Now I mount a share on another computer to a directory that is inside this share. The problem is that this mounted share appears as empty directory when ...
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File-based loop device with writing support and dynamic size

Usually loop device (v-node disk) is based on a file with pre-allocated size (e.g. an image of a floppy drive or ISO disk). The device is then treated as a block device and can be formatted with any ...
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How to format a FUSE volume?

If I have a FUSE filesystem driver installed (could be for NTFS, ODS-5, unixv7, etc.) and mount a blank file (created with, for example, dd if=/dev/zero of=blankfile count=2G), how is it expected to ...
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Autofs 770 mount point permission

In /etc/auto.sshfs I write this: -fstype=fuse,uid=worker,gid=workers,rw,allow_other [etc other options] Then it correctly sets the mount point permissions to worker:workers when it mounts ...
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How to mount an SMB share on Linux as normal user on the commandline nowadays?

This is basically the issue I mentioned in my answer to User space application for CIFS reformulated as question as I currently don't know a real solution. In the past there was a tool called ...
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Mount AFP share on CentOS 7

I'm running into problems when attempting to mount an AFP share on CentOS 7. Currently using mount_afp with fuse but whenever I try to mount something mount_afp segfaults in glibc. I'm either looking ...
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Unable to mount external drive or sshfs

I'm running Linux Mint 17.2. Here's what happens when I try to mount an external USB drive: Error mounting system-managed device /dev/sdc1: Command-line `mount "/media/nick/MyPassportRed"' exited ...
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Sslhandshake Java 6 and tls 1.2

When client application running with oracle Jdk 6 tries to invoke my application which is running on Jdk 7 it gets error stating remote host closed during connection sslhandshake exception. The same ...
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Translate permissions with as sshfs remote mount?

I have two computers on a network, call these Q and X. I want to mount via sshfs X:/ to Q:/mnt/X. So to do this I use: user@Q $ sudo sshfs root:X/ /mnt/X This successfully mounts it and allows the ...
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Editing files with Sublime Text 3 slow over SSHFS

This post was originally posted on StackOverflow, where users recommended reposting here. I'm currently mounting remote server directories as local folders under OS X 10.10.3 and OSXFUSE + SSHFS. ...
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Canceled SSHFS (fuse) mount - cannot remove directory

I tried to mount an SSHFS directory locally, failed, and now I cannot use my original directory anymore. Following a tutorial, I just installed the sshfs package, executed sudo modprobe fuse, and ...
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s3fs fuse mount amazon s3 bucket not working

I am unable to mount my amazon s3 bucket on my debian server. I compiled and installed s3fs successfully as far as I can tell but when I run the mount command: sudo s3fs my-bucket-name /mnt I always ...
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mhddfs+osxfuse via fstab?

I'm trying to create a virtual drive pool using FUSE for OS X and mhddfs. This command works for me: sudo mhddfs /Volumes/D01,/Volumes/D12,/Volumes/D103,/Volumes/D110 /mnt/DrivePoolA -o allow_other,...
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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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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 ...