Some Benefits of FUSE on a Linux Server

FUSE stands for Filesystem in Userspace. As the name implies, it allows a user with limited privileges to create a functional filesystem without requiring root (administrative) privileges. Because the filesystems exist in userspace, they are technically virtual filesystems. They, nevertheless, function as though they are not. Does FUSE have any use on a […]

Using Webmin to Manage Filesystems

Mounting and managing file systems is something normally reserved for the command line on Linux and Unix servers, but Webmin is a comprehensive system administration panel that includes support for file system management. With it you can mount devices, configure them to your liking, name partitions, and perform a number of other file system related […]