File System Access Utilities in Userland
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fs-utils: File System Access Utilities in Userland Build Status

The goal of fs-utils is to provide a set of utilities for accessing and modifying file system images without having to use host kernel mounts. To use fs-utils you do not have to be root, you just need read or read/write access to the image or device. The advantage of fs-utils over similar projects such as mtools is supporting the usage of familiar Unix tools (ls, cp, mv, etc.) for a large number of file systems.

For information on installing/building and using, see the the wiki.