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libfuse2-2.9.9-6.7 RPM for x86_64

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Name: libfuse2 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.9.9 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 6.7 Build date: Tue Dec 27 11:36:59 2022
Group: System/Filesystems Build host: reproducible
Size: 260360 Source RPM: fuse-2.9.9-6.7.src.rpm
Summary: Library of FUSE, the User space File System for GNU/Linux and BSD
FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) is an interface by the Linux kernel
for userspace programs to export a filesystem to the kernel.

A FUSE file system is typically implemented as a standalone
application that links with libfuse. libfuse provides a C API over
the raw kernel interface.




GPL-2.0-or-later AND LGPL-2.1-or-later


* Tue Dec 27 2022 Ludwig Nussel <>
  - Replace transitional %usrmerged macro with regular version check (boo#1206798)
* Mon Aug 23 2021 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Add closefrom.patch [boo#1189086]
* Tue Dec 15 2020 Martin Liška <>
  - Enable LTO (boo#1133101) and use -ffat-lto-objects.
* Fri Nov 20 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Modernize some older specfile constructs. Rediff patch4 as -p1.
  - Update descriptions.
* Tue Nov 10 2020 Ludwig Nussel <>
  - prepare usrmerge (boo#1029961)
* Sun Aug 16 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - update to 2.9.9:
    * Added OpenAFS to whitelist (so users can now mount FUSE filesystems on mountpoints within OpenAFS filesystems).
    * Added a test of seekdir to test_syscalls.
    * Fixed readdir bug when non-zero offsets are given to filler and the
    filesystem client, after reading a whole directory, re-reads it from a
    non-zero offset e. g. by calling seekdir followed by readdir.
* Wed Apr 24 2019 Martin Liška <>
  - Move definition of _lto_cflags into %build.
* Tue Apr 23 2019 Martin Liška <>
  - Disable LTO (boo#1133101).
* Tue Mar 19 2019 Martin Liška <>
  - Use %make_build in order to provide verbose output.
* Sat Jul 28 2018
  - fuse 2.9.8
    * SECURITY UPDATE: In previous versions of libfuse it was possible
      to for unprivileged users to specify the allow_other option even
      when this was forbidden in /etc/fuse.conf. The vulnerability is
      present only on systems where SELinux is active (including in
      permissive mode).
    * libfuse no longer segfaults when fuse_interrupted() is called
      outside the event loop.
    * The fusermount binary has been hardened in several ways to
      reduce potential attack surface. Most importantly, mountpoints
      and mount options must now match a hard-coded whitelist. It is
      expected that this whitelist covers all regular use-cases.
  - cleanup with spec-cleaner
  - update wiki urls to new location



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