Re: Fuse module doesn't work in Wheezy
>The next question you should be looking into an answer for is, when you
>reboot your computer, why is it using an outdated version of the
>instead of the latest one you have installed? The answer to that
>probably involves your bootloader.
You were absolutely right. I have a dedicated boot partition that mount
after boot, therefore all updates go there but still wouldn't affect the
actual bootloader (after an updgrade I forgot it was there). A simple
#grub-setup /dev/sdb fixed the problem.
Many thanks for your enlightment.