fuse module in 2.6.32-343-ec2

Asked by Brian Cardarella on 2012-04-18

Is there a reason why the fuse module is not compiled in the kernel for this version? I'm not sure if it is included in other version but it doesn't seem to be in this one.

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I suggest you report a bug

Nuyenatoshi 54 (a55dayidream) said : #2

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Nuyenatoshi 54 (a55dayidream) said : #4

TecKhan54 suggests this article as an answer to your question:
Running Ubuntu, is strongly suggested to use a package manager like aptitude or synaptic to download and install packages, instead of doing so manually via this website.

You should be able to use any of the listed mirrors by adding a line to your /etc/apt/sources.list like this:

deb http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu lucid main
Replacing cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu with the mirror in question
http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/amd64/module-init-tools/download
FAQ #2508: “fuse module in 2.6.32-343-ec2”.

Nuyenatoshi 54 (a55dayidream) said : #5

This is the Ubuntu package of module-init-tools, the tools for managing
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