"One reason I prefer wdfs to other WebDAV methods is that you
can push so much of the configuration details out of sight. The
GNOME and KDE file managers can mount WebDAV shares, but using
their GUI tools requires presence at the keyboard and logging in --
neither of which is required if you mount the WebDAV share with
wdfs via fstab."
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