Re: [kfreebsd] massive report for uninstallable FUSE packages
Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 2011/7/17 Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus@rath.org>:
>>> Unmounting is done via umount command as with normal filesystems.
>> Does that also work for non-root users?
> No. non-root users can't use FUSE at all.
I guess you mean non-root users can't use FUSE on BSD kernels, it
certainly works on Linux.
I think I'll patch S3QL to fall back on umount if fusermount is not
available and depend on fuse | fuse4bsd. This should work fine, because
then if the user was able to mount the file system on BSD he must have
been root, and using umount instead of fusermount shouldn't be a
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