Linux Fuse Demo and Links
- FUSE Demo and Tutorial —
Writing a FUSE Filesystem: a Tutorial.
- libfuse —
provides the reference implementation for communicating with the FUSE kernel module.
- To FUSE or Not to FUSE (PDF) —
Performance of User-Space File Systems.
- Afuse —
An automounting file system implemented in user-space using FUSE.
- BindFS —
Description Mirrors a directory to another directory (similar to mount –> bind).
Allows changing the permissions inside the mirrored directory in a fairly flexible way.
- ChunkSync and ChunkFs —
A FUSE based filesystem that allows you to mount an arbitrary file or block device
as a directory tree of files that each represent a chunk of user-specified size of the mounted file.
- ext4fuse —
a read-only implementation of ext4 for FUSE.
- FUSE Example —
Write a filesystem with FUSE.
- Fuse for Dummies —
“Hello (FUSE) World,” a VERY simple fuse example to start with.
- Fuse ISO —
a FUSE module to mount ISO filesystem images (.iso, .nrg, .bin, .mdf and .img files).
It currently support plain ISO9660 Level 1 and 2, Rock Ridge, Joliet, and zisofs.
- Fuse-Zip —
to mount ZIP archives with write support.
- GCSF —
A FUSE file system based on Google Drive.
- See os2:/home/zzzextra2/ for pdf GCSF Documentation.
- GDFS —
Google File System allows you to mount your Google Drive account on Linux.
- littlefs-fuse —
A FUSE wrapper that puts the littlefs in user-space.
- NFS —
A userspace NFSv3 client that allows you to mount a remote NFS share.
- NTFS-3g —
a read/write driver that provides safe and fast handling of the NTFS (file systems).
- OSNS —
Open Secure Network Services provides automatic access to network services like sftp over ssh.
- SSHFS —
to mount a remote filesystem using SFTP.