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fuse on solaris
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Martin Vetter via fuse-devel
2017-06-26 13:53:31 UTC
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hi,

still someone around using fuse on solaris?
any pointers on how to build a current libfuse on solaris?
i searched the archive, but only found some 2006/2007 exchange ...

martin
Jean-Pierre André
2017-06-26 15:02:28 UTC
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Post by Martin Vetter via fuse-devel
hi,
still someone around using fuse on solaris?
I use fuse on OpenIndiana, which is a fork of Solaris 11.
The fuse kernel module and the internal library used by
ntfs-3g are available on :
http://jp-andre.pagesperso-orange.fr/openindiana-ntfs-3g.html
and I maintain the source for the kernel module on :
https://github.com/jurikm/illumos-fusefs/commits/master/

I also have a set of patches for libfuse as a shared object
which ntfs-3g can use alternately, but apparently there is
no maintainer (and no maintained repository).
Post by Martin Vetter via fuse-devel
any pointers on how to build a current libfuse on solaris?
Thomas Wagner has ported at least the kernel module and
the library to Solaris 11 (with success) and Solaris 12
(AFAIK there is an unsolved issue, which I would be happy
to dig into when I know more about it). His repository is
on http://sfe.opencsw.org/

(bcc'ing him)

Jean-Pierre
Post by Martin Vetter via fuse-devel
i searched the archive, but only found some 2006/2007 exchange ...
martin
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