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fuse problem after update



Hello people,

I'm using FC6. After the last updates, I got a FAILED on boot when
trying to mount local filesystems. The problem is trying to mount the
NTFS Windows partition. When I do this by hand I get this errors:

fusermount: 'fuseblk' support missing; try the kernel module from
fuse-2.6.0 or later
Failed to create FUSE mount point: No such file or directory
Retry to create FUSE mount point ...
fusermount: 'fuseblk' support missing; try the kernel module from
fuse-2.6.0 or later
Failed to create FUSE mount point: No such file or directory
ERROR: The FUSE kernel module 2.6.x is not available. Either remove the old
      FUSE kernel module (use the command 'rmmod fuse') if you have the new
      one, or compile the new module from the FUSE-2.6.x source package.
      Please see the FUSE README file and the below web page for more help:

                 http://www.ntfs-3g.org/support.html#fuse26

Unmounting /dev/hda1 ()

I read the solution to this in the ntfs-3g web site but I don't want
to compile the module by myself (just I would like to keep all my
system consistent with the RPM database if possible).
The point is that this worked fine, but the last update broke it.

Any help here?

Thanks in advance


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