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DAVfs Linux file system driver

The DAVfs Linux file system driver (a.k.a davfs2) is a Linux file system driver that allows you to mount a WebDAV server as a disk drive. WebDAV is an extension to HTTP/1.1 that allows remote collaborative authoring of Web resources, defined in RFC 2518. DAVfs allows a remote Web server to be edited using standard applications that interact with the file system. For example, a remote Web site could be updated in-place, using the same development tools that initially created the site. DAVfs also supports SSL.

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  •  23 Dec 2013 14:12

    Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed. The check for mounting a user's home directory was dropped.

    •  26 Jun 2010 11:21

      Release Notes: Two minor bugs were fixed.

      •  29 Nov 2009 19:52

        Release Notes: An option was added to silently refuse to connect when encountering suspicious server certificates. Several minor bugs were fixed.

        •  18 Oct 2009 17:56

          Release Notes: Support for Neon 0.29 was added, which also allows for support for NTLM authentication. An option was added to silently refuse connections with untrusted server certificates. Experimental support for the command line option "username" was added for use with pam_mount.

          •  22 Jun 2009 15:16

            Release Notes: Experimental support was added for the non-standard method USERINFO, which allows this release to get information about available and used Web space from the server. Failed file upload attempts are now repeated at increasing time intervals. If a davfs filesystem is unmounted at disconnect, local changes are cached and submitted at the next mount. Many other minor improvements and bugfixes were made.

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