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I'm trying to use unionfs in Ubuntu 10.10, but it seems it is no longer in the apt repositories, and it doesn't show up in /proc/filesystems, and there is no module for it anywhere under /usr. This used to exist before jaunty in the "unionfs-tools" package.

How do I get unionfs installed in Ubuntu 10.10?

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Take a look at the unionfs-fuseInstall unionfs-fuse package (available in Ubuntu releases since Jaunty).

Also have a look at this bug report.

(Note: I am by no means knowledgeable about this subject, but hopefully I have provided some helpful links.)

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