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How to enable exFAT in Ubuntu 14.04

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 and I can't mount my exFAT HDD. I get the following error: Unable to access “SeagateHDD” Error mounting /dev/sdb1 at /media/me/SeagateHDD: Command-line `mount -t ...
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modprobe fuse returns module fuse not found

I have ubuntu 12.04 and the kernel version is 2.6.32 Linux user1 2.6.32-042stab083.2 #1 SMP Fri Nov 8 18:08:40 MSK 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux When i run the command modprobe fuse it says ...
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fusermount: mount failed: Permission denied

I'm trying to use google-drive-ocamlfuse to mount my Google Drive to an Ubuntu 13.04 VM I own on remote sever so I can copy some very large project-related files to my work computer. I've been ...
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How do I automount a unionfs-fuse filesystem?

I can run the shell command: unionfs-fuse /changedata=RW:/immutedata=RO -o cow /data This mounts the filesystem exactly how I want to. Now I need to incorporate it into the automounter so that ...
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How to install exfat-nofuse?

Has anybody of you tried to install exfat-nofuse. I am not sure how to install it. Compile it as a module, or recompile my kernel?... Also, do i have to recompile it after every kernel update? Will ...
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Mounting Additional Harddrive using ntfs-3g

I have desktop with 80gb HDD with ubuntu then i added a 2TB but failed to get it mounted tried all links from mounting ntfs on ubuntu search This is my current config : Dell:~$ sudo blkid /dev/sda1: ...
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Difference between FUSE and VFS in linux?

What is the difference between VFS [Virtual File System] and FUSE [File System in User Space] in linux. I think, most of the popular OS today support VFS feature. I recently had a chance to go through ...
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Ubuntu 12 or 13 VDDK installation

I am trying to install the VMware VDDK 5.5 on Ubuntu. I have tried 12 and 13. It installs just fine, but when I try to use the vmware-mount command it says "command not found". Please help. I really ...
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Modify nautilus sidbar device list

I use squashfuse to mount squashfs-images without needing to use sudo. I mount the image with squashfuse and unmount with fusermount -u. This works well, but Nautilus displays the mounted ...
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Automatically regenerated .fuse_hidden928347928374 files when I try to delete my own

I have an NTFS volume mounted under linux, and periodically, after I've deleted a file of my own, a clone of it will appear in the directory where the actual file was. I can usually delete this file, ...
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Is ExFat a good compromise for sharing a hard drive between linux and windows?

I am currently dual booting linux and windows on my primary SSD which is split with Ext4 and NTFS accordingly. However, I have a secondary hard drive where I would like to place my downloads and other ...
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Boot stops at “fuse init”

my VPS stops booting at "fuse init" What can I do to resove the Problem? Network is already up and pingable , but all the services aren't available. (= no SSH) [ ok ...
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Can't Mount SSHFS via FSTAB, but can mount via CLI. How do I get FSTAB to mount properly?

I have setup password less SSH access and it works properly. I'm unable to automatically mount my SSHFS. This works: sshfs root@192.168.0.2:/vmfs/volumes/ESATA01/ ~/VPS However, when inserted into ...
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updates to fuse.conf are not available

I'm attempting to add the following so that I can use my Nexus 4 with Ubuntu. But the change in /etc/fuse.conf doesn't seem to be captured by the system. See below. system76:~$ sudo tail -1 ...
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Dejadup backup from FUSE-mounted directory (13.04)

I am trying to use DejaDup (via the Ubuntu backup tool) to back up a FUSE-mounted directory (encfs mounted under home directory) to my NAS via SSH. DejaDup backs up all other folders in my backup set ...
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CurlFTPFS Not allowing users to change files

I have installed curlftpfs as per instructions I found on the net. I am mounting it in my fstab file using this command: curlftpfs#ftp://user:pass@IP /media/FTP fuse ...
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Cannot SSHFS mount user home directory

I am attempting to setup a centralized home-directory server through sshfs and pam-mount. Currently I am stuck at this point: When attempting to mount the remote home directory sshfs just gets ...
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Unmount fuse mountpoints on logout?

I have a couple of folders containing compressed data. I have one application which needs to access the uncompressed version of the same data. A simple way to solve that for me has been to run a ...
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Gnote / Tomboy WebDAV connecting error

If I want to sync my notes with WebDAV server, I get the following error messages in Gnote and Tomboy: This synchronization addin is not supported on your computer. Please make sure you have FUSE ...
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What is fuse Filesystem

While installing the Office 2010 on Linux Ubuntu 12.04 I received the error message that Error: The following file is located on a Fuse Filesystem. It may prevent wine from working. Im using ...
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How can I unmount a s3fs mount as a normal user?

I use S3 a ton. I have over 40 or so buckets floating around between clients. I like the fact that I can list them in /etc/fstab and that they just work. For reference here is one of the buckets. ...
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Ubuntu Nexus 7 as USB device does not work

I connected USB cable from Nexus 7 running Ubuntu to my Ubuntu laptop but there is no new USB device found when I run lsusb. Is this function supported?
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unable to mount hard drives

I am currently trying to backup data from my computer's hard drive to an external one while live-booting to Ubuntu from a USB, and I've encountered a bit of a problem. You see, I cannot mount my hard ...
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Filesystem that gives an encrypted view of a directory—the inverse of EncFS

Currently I'm using EncFS to encrypt my directory "confidential" to ".encconfidential" and sync that encrypted directory using an online service (e.g. Dropbox, UbuntuOne etc). However my entire disk ...
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Partition messed up due to modifications to fstab [closed]

Some system details:- Dell Inspiron N-4010 OS: Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 Home Basic RAM: 2GB Processor: Intel Core i3 tejaskale@tejaskale-Inspiron-N4010:~$ sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 320.1 GB, ...
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How do I get rid of the drive mount confirmation question for sshFS on boot?

With help from this site, I was able to set up an SSHFS connection between two computers on my LAN so that one auto mounts on the other at boot time. Everything works, but there is this annoying ...
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Block-level deduplicating filesystem

I'm looking for a deduplicating copy-on-write filesystem solution for general user data such as /home and backups of it. It should use online/inline/synchronous deduplication at the block-level using ...
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How can I edit a root file on a non-jailbroken iPad?

I often have to boot into OS X mode and use Xcode and so on for some Phonegap iOS development but it would be much easier to just edit the Javascript files I'm working on in Ubuntu, if that were ...
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mhddfs mount in /etc/fstab fails if periodic fsck kicks in… how to solve?

( ubuntu oneiric 11.10 server) Here is my /etc/fstab # /etc/fstab: static file system information. proc /proc proc nodev,noexec,nosuid 0 0 ...
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sshfs transform_symlinks is broken

I've been using the same fstab command for a while now: sshfs#user@host.be:/home/user /home/user/vps fuse user,port=22,uid=1000,gid=1000,allow_other,reconnect,transform_symlinks 0 0 And it used to ...
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How can I make nautilus use my installed FUSE file systems automatically?

Is there a way to have Nautilus automatically use my FUSE file systems to (for example) open ISOs as folders, or archives as folders, or what ever other 'locations' FUSE supports?