MacFuse and Mac OS X Lion

juuli 23rd, 2011 | Filed under Mac

UPDATE: Now that OSXFUSE is released, use this as the recommended (drop-in) replacement for MacFuse.

Rest is only for historical information.

Now that I have upgraded to Mac OS X Lion, I found that MacFusion does not work. Before diving into a workaround as back in Snow Leopard days I remembered that then it was because of MacFuse and even that time there turned out to be a build floating around the web that would have worked. As is the case now.

This forum listed one of them that got it working for me – macfuse-core-10.5-2.1.9.dmg.

Though, pardsbane here tells of another project – OSXFUSE – one the way that will support Lion out of the box (when the box is released).

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  1. dennis
    juuli 29th, 2011 at 13:07
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    here is the latest version of MacFUSE. Official build from wuala.

  2. Richard
    aug. 6th, 2011 at 08:02
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    There is also Fuse4X project that is AFAIK the “future of macfuse”.

    Personally I use fuse4x with ntfs-3g via macports “sudo port install fuse4x ntfs-3g” – it works really great!

  3. Simon James
    aug. 30th, 2011 at 06:23
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    I agree with Richard, Fuse4X project will work. :mrgreen:

  4. Vahan
    nov. 5th, 2011 at 21:28
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    Wuala’s build was what worked for me, namely this one:

  5. Chichi Latté
    nov. 29th, 2011 at 16:22
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    Thanks Vahan, that’s the one for me too

  6. Shaun
    dets. 13th, 2011 at 15:25
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    This sorted me out as soon as I upgraded. Thanks for posting about it 🙂

    I just used the first link to the updated fuse.

  7. Tooni
    aug. 27th, 2012 at 15:56
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    Thanks for me as well , just updated fuse

    perfect XXX

  8. Proter
    jaan. 22nd, 2013 at 15:25
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    macfuse-core-10.5-2.1.9.dmg works perfect for me on Mountain lion on macpro, imac and MacBookPro. Thanks a lot