2.6.14 FUSE and NTFS in Kernel
So I just did an update and forgot to unckeck the kernel and it upgraded me to 2.6.14 automagically. On reboot NTFS support was broken, as it is by default in all stock Fedora kernels (unlike Mandriva and SuSE I might add.) So I figure I have to get a recompiled hack from a livna repository (or roll my own) when I stumble across this comment from Linus about 2.6.14: "on the filesystem level, FUSE got merged, and ntfs and xfs got updated.
Now, it's my understanding FUSE does NTFS without needing to recompile the kernel every time I upgrade. I'm just not really sure how it works. Obviously the standard fstab mount stuff doesn't since I can't read my NTFS partition, but there might be some new FUSE specific commands/syntax I'm not aware of.
Anyway, I guess my questions are:
1) Does FUSE replace the old method of mounting/accessing NTFS partitions?
2) Is it true I no longer need a custom/recompiled FC4 kernel to support NTFS?
3) How do I use FUSE? Link to a good FAQ would help a lot.
TIA for any clues... in the mean time I'll keep googling and reading and see if I can figure it out on my own. Haven't found anything FC4 specific on the topic yet, unfortunately.