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Mono.Fuse, Take 2.1! - Jonathan Pryor's web log

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Mono.Fuse, Take 2.1!

At Miguel's request, I've created a version of Mono.Fuse that doesn't depend upon Mono runtime changes. This should make it possible for more people to try it out.

Don't forget to read the README, as it contains build instructions and a description of how to run the included example program.

I should caution that the API isn't stable (I suspect Mono.Fuse.FileSystem.OnRead should probably become Mono.Fuse.FileSystem.OnReadFile, for one), and I look forward to any and all API suggestions that you can provide.

Two final notes: Mono.Fuse depends on FUSE, and FUSE is a Linux kernel module, so you'll need to run:

/sbin/modprobe fuse

as the root user before you can use any FUSE programs. You'll also need to install the FUSE user-space programs, as you must use the fusermount program to unmount a directory that has been mounted by FUSE, e.g.:

fusermount -u mount-point
Posted on 01 Sep 2006 | Path: /development/mono/ | Permalink
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