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2011

Unofficial MacFUSE release for 64bit kernels

by Xavier Lacot
Want to use Macfuse on 64bits Kernels? Here is the unoffical version to install in order to get this mess working.

2008

shfs: (Secure) SHell FileSystem Linux kernel module

by vrossign & 2 others
Shfs is a simple and easy to use Linux kernel module which allows you to mount remote filesystems using a plain shell (ssh) connection. When using shfs, you can access all remote files just like the local ones, only the access is governed through the transport security of ssh.

2007

OpenAFS

by rodo & 5 others
An open-source implementation of the Andrew Filesystem which is a distributed filesystem

HFSExplorer

by kuruzman
Read HFS/+ filesystem & DMG under windows. File extractor.

macfuse - Google Code

by kuruzman & 6 others
MacFUSE implements a mechanism that makes it possible to implement a fully functional file system in a user-space program on Mac OS X (10.4 and above). It aims to be API-compliant with the FUSE (File-system in USErspace) mechanism that originated on Linux. Therefore, many existing FUSE file systems become readily usable on Mac OS X. The core of MacFUSE is in a dynamically loadable kernel extension. How FUSE-compliant is MacFUSE? Well, enough so that many popular FUSE file systems can be easily compiled and work on Mac OS X--often out of the box. Examples of file systems that work have been tested (to varying degrees) include sshfs, ntfs-3g (read/write NTFS), ftpfs (read/write FTP), wdfs (WebDAV), cryptofs, encfs, bindfs, unionfs, beaglefs (yes, including the entire Beagle paraphernalia), and so on. Besides making many existing FUSE file systems available on Mac OS X, MacFUSE opens up a whole new set of opportunities for Macintosh developers, who can now put intuitive and innovative interfaces around all kinds of information.

sshfs for Darwin (Mac OS X)

by nhoizey (via)
This is sshfs for Darwin. You can mount remote server filesystem via ssh (using sftp protocal).

macfuse - Google Code

by nhoizey & 6 others (via)
MacFUSE implements a mechanism that makes it possible to implement a fully functional file system in a user-space program on Mac OS X (10.4 and above). It aims to be API-compliant with the FUSE (Filesystem in USErspace) mechanism that originated on Linux. Therefore, many existing FUSE file systems become readily usable on Mac OS X. The core of MacFUSE is in a dynamically loadable kernel extension.

2006

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