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fusedav is a Linux userspace file system driver for mounting WebDAV shares
fusedav is a Linux userspace file system driver for mounting WebDAV shares. fusedav makes use of FUSE as userspace file system API and neon as WebDAV API.
As this package is made with the GNU autotools you should run ./configure inside the distribution directory for configuring the source tree. After that you should run make for compilation and make install (as root) for installation of fusedav.
After installation just run fusedav with two arguments: the WevDAV URL and the local mount point:
fusedav http://webdav.foo.bar/ /tmp/test
You will be queried for a username and password if required. As long as the fusedav process is running, the file system is accessible under /tmp/test.
fusedav was developed and tested on Debian GNU/Linux "testing" from March 2004, it should work on most other Linux distributions since it uses GNU autoconf for source code configuration.
fusedav requires the neon and FUSE development library files for compilation.
What's New in This Release:
An update for the current NEON (0.26 required) and FUSE (2.5 required).
Proper redirection support.
The ability to export WebDAV properties as Linux EAs.
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