File systems to access data from other operating systems, as well as newer file systems that could replace ext3.
Author: Jan Kratochvil
Captive provides full secure and transparent write support for Microsoft's proprietary NTFS file system by utilizing the original ntfs.sys driver of Windows XP. While earlier releases used LUFS, version 22.214.171.124, released Dec. 29. 2005 has been ported to FUSE.
Author: Ricardo Correia / rcorreia at wizy org
ZFS is a modern advanced filesystem, originally designed by Sun Microsystems for the OpenSolaris operating system. This project is a port of ZFS to the FUSE framework, done as part of the Google Summer of Code 2006 program.
Author: Szabolcs Szakacsits
A safe read-write NTFS driver, capable of unlimited file creation and deletion.
Author: Tom Scholl
A moderately complete implementation of ext2 for fuse.
Author: Henry Ludemann / misc at hl id au
An implementation of FAT16/FAT32 for fuse.
Author: Paolo Angelelli / paoletto at users dot sourceforge dot net
Support library to access and manipulate FAT12/16/32 file systems including a working FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32 filesystem implementation for FUSE.
Author: Yura Pakhuchiy / pakhuchiy at gmail com
ntfsmount is part of ntfsprogs package. It relies on libntfs, thus it has more features than kernel driver. ntfsmount supports file overwrite with changes to file size, has limited file and directory creation/deletion support, can operate with named data streams and supports special Interix files (symlinks, block and character devies, FIFOs and sockets).
Author: Mathieu Schroeter <mathieu dot schroeter at gamesover dot ch>
Fosfat is a C library for providing access to a Smaky formatted disk. A FUSE extension that use this library can be used for mounting the device in the Linux tree. Smaky was a system developed in Switzerland at the EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne).
Author: Riccardo Di Meo / riccardo at infis dot univ . trieste D0t it
FUR mounts a Windows CE filesystem (read and write) and registry (read only) locally. It uses the libraries from the SynCE Project.