Some problems in 10.8

Some problems in 10.7


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Macfusion brings servers from across the internet directly to your Mac's desktop!
- Mount files and documents as a "Volume" in the Mac OS X Finder.
- Work with your files using your favorite Mac OS X applications directly. No manual upload or download needed!
- Support for SSH (Secure Shell) and FTP (File Transfer Protocol) servers.
- Uses your machine's native configuration for SSH, including support for private keys and custom settings.
- Quickly connect to a any server using the Quick Connect dialog, accessible from Macfusion's optional menu item.

Version 2.0.4
Developer Michael Gorbach
Status Some problems

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Sometimes the menu item does not start - but that's an easy fix.
Finder may hang for short periods of time if a drive is left connected and the Mac is put to sleep.

10.8 seems to work as well as 10.7. Menu item was not always starting. However, it is easy to start manually. Added the EncFS plugin and was able to mount an EncFS volume and use the contents.

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[ gKar]gKarAnonymous 27 Jul 2012 09:11

I can't login to SSH shares any more since upgrading to Mountain Lion. Replacing the Tuxera MacFUSE with OSXFUSE didn't help.
The log output ends with:
debug1: Next authentication method: keyboard-interactive
debug1: No more authentication methods to try.
… Failed to Mount
… remote host has disconnected

OSX FUSE and sshfs are working fine, since i can mount the file system via sshfs in Terminal, so I guess it's a problem of MacFusion, not transmitting username/password correctly or something like that.

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[ ]Anonymous 27 Jul 2012 19:31

Also seeing broken macfusion with Mountain Lion

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Lowell MontgomeryLowell MontgomeryAnonymous 03 Nov 2012 00:25

I'm seeing the same problem. Apparently there have been some builds that work with Mountain Lion, but I've not personally had success building the projects (probably need to learn more about how to do that), nor have I found a pre-built app (yet) that worked. Unfortunately, for my needs, username and password are necessary since the username I need to connect with is not the same as my mac username.

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Lion (10.7) Comments

[ Murali]MuraliAnonymous 25 Sep 2011 17:10

Same here. Cannot connect using ssh, and can't delete configurations.

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[ Daniel]DanielAnonymous 29 Nov 2011 14:02

Half same here. Running Lion. Cannot delete configurations but can connect using ssh.

Followed these instructions:

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