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Old 01-10-2010, 07:24 AM   #1
salimshahzad
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fuse application,rpm,software needed


dear gurus,

we used axigen email server on redhat ver4. where a new requirment come to install fuse to have cli port 7000 backup. to achive this we need to install fuse in redhat machine.

can someone guide, what is it, where tofind, is it part of redhat os

waiting your reply

regards
salim
 
Old 01-10-2010, 02:35 PM   #2
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By fuse, do you mean Filesystem in USErspace? If so, that's part of the standard RedHat kernel. You should be able to use whatever FUSE module it is you have just fine.
 
Old 01-10-2010, 11:43 PM   #3
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dear sir i have redhat 4 advanced server

where i found no fuse, due to this 1 of application not running the application called linux for exchange server, name is axigen(www.axigen.com)

so their support told me go find on goodle download and install fuse first. find rpm of fuse.

so i have 2 concern what is fuse all about, is it part of os, if yes how can i find in cd or dvd of redhat, if not where to find over net. and what is it all about.

thanks and appreciated your quick action
 
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http://fuse.sourceforge.net/

The above is the homepage of the FUSE code. FUSE is "Filesystem in USErspace" as mentioned by Elemecca above. It comes with many Linux distros, but exactly how many, I personally have no clue.

Google returned that link at the top of the first page I got from my search for "Linux FUSE".

As RHEL is a pay-for distribution, you should likely be able to get FUSE from your package repository by downloading and installing it, provided you:

A) do pay for the registration/support and for use of the package repositories, and
B) if it is available for RHEL4.

You cannot find official RHEL packages willy-nilly around the net. If you have a DVD or CD of your distro, chances are good that if FUSE were on it, it would already be installed into your system.

You might want to search the CentOS repositories for a FUSE RPM, and try to install it (which probably won't work, especially if the distro is not registered), or just switch to CentOS, which is free.

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