From Benjamin Fleischer:
FUSE for OS X allows you to extend OS X's native file handling capabilities via third-party file systems. OSXFUSE is a successor to MacFUSE, which has been used as a software building block by dozens of products, but is no longer being maintained.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed a race condition, that can trigger a kernel panic when unmounting a FUSE volume. Tracked as issue #77: "Kernel Panic iMac27 10.8.2 - Wuala & Osx Fuse"
- Fixed a bug, that can cause a kernel panic when function
fuse_purge_npis called from the user space file system implementation. Reported by meg75: Is there an osxfuse equivalent for the fuse call fuse_lowlevel_notify_inval_entry"
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"Beware: Severe Kernel Panics!"
Version: OSXFUSE 2.5.5
I could never see any improvement, but I'm not a developer.
• Constant kernel panics;
• Rude, unprofessional "support."
Wreaked havoc with my system for weeks until I checked Activity Monitor and did a search for MDS. By then I'd upgraded as recommended in troubleshooting. Turning it off via the PrefPane likewise failed, and now I'm getting a compatibility error from some component doing who-knows-what. Worst of all is the unprofessional support, hence this caution to others.
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