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Submission + - fuse support in OpenBSD -current

ConstantineM writes: File system in userland support — fuse — was included in OpenBSD 5.4 source tree, but not built by default, hence not officially supported. This has since changed in 5.4-current. The undeadly editors have tracked down the author, Sylvestre Gallon, and asked him about his experience of getting libfuse into OpenBSD. Which userland file systems are supported? So far, it's sshfs-fuse and ntfs-3g (both are in the ports tree due to the GPL).

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