Yes, that's quite annoying as FUSE doesn't work with my architecture,
so I can't use the only good NTFS driver.... grr! :-)
FUSE is great for user-mounted filesystems, though. Having to use
"su" in shell scripts which modify loopback filesystems was always
I don't see why we need such a dichotomy, though. The VFS API is
sensible enough that it should be possible to compile the same
filesystem code to run in kernel or in FUSE.