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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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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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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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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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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?