FUSE is short for filesystem in the userspace. Modern Operating Systems divide the virtual memory into the kernel space and the userspace. The kernel space is where the operating system kernel, related software, and most device drivers operate. The user space is where the application software and some drivers work.
Using a filesystem in the userspace has a few advantages:
FUSE Clients are applications that allow the use of FUSE technology. There are a fair amount of clients available, many with distinct functions and uses.
Examples of FUSE Clients include
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