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Mounting a fuse Filesystem from /etc/fstab

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Earlier on, I showed how-to mount a remote filesystem with fuse, using a remote partition accessible by SSH. Since version version 2.4.0, it is possible to use fstab to mount those kind of partition.

The current version installed on ubuntu dapper is fuse-utils-2.4.2. Unfortunately, /sbin/mount.fuse is not included in the package. I’ve recompiled it, submitted to revu, hopefully it is going to make its way up to the main repository. In the meanwhile you can get it from here.

FUSE comes in 4 packages:

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