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KioFuse allows you to mount remote directories into the root hierarchy of your local file system, thereby exposing KDE's advanced access capabilities (SSH, SAMBA/Windows, FTP, TAR/GZip/BZip2) to POSIX-compliant applications such as Firefox, OpenOffice, GNOME apps, shell utilities and more. Another important advantage of KioFuse is that it allows you to arrange the hierarchy of all your remote, archived and compressed files in whichever way makes sense to you.

KioFuse works by acting as a bridge between KDE's KIO filesystem design and FUSE.


Name Description Filename
GetAttr Permissions, Owner, Group Done
ReadLink Determine destination of link Done
MkNod Create file Work In Progress
MkDir Create a directory Not Started
UnLink Remove a hard link Not Started
RmDir Remove a directory Not Started
SymLink Create a symlink Not Started
Rename Rename a file or directory Not Started
Link Create a hard link Not Started
Chmod Change permissions of a file or directory Not Started
Chown Change owner of a file or directory Not Started
Truncate Change the size of a file Not Started

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