FUSE is a userspace filesystem framework that consists of a kernel module (fuse.ko), a userspace library (libfuse.*) and a mount utility (fusermount).
It supports the FAT filesystem
, which is commonly used in Linux systems.
FUSE can be used to mount FAT filesystems, allowing users to access and modify files stored on the filesystem.
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