I currently use:
* Mac OS X 10.6.1 Build 10B504
* MacFUSE 2.1.5 (Beta)
* Macfusion 2.0.3
Pending an update to Macfusion, I have removed sshnodelay.so as
I can read from, and write to, volumes using CurlFtpFS.
For yourself you may verify this by enabling FTP within the Sharing
pane of System Preferences, then using Macfusion to connect to the
fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your computer.
I can read from, and write to, volumes using SSHFS.
For yourself you may verify this by enabling Remote Login within the
Sharing pane of System Preferences, then using Macfusion to connect to
the FQDN of your computer.
If the FTP or SFTP service to which you connect (or try to connect)
has special requirements or restrictions, then you may encounter
difficulty with applications or connections.
Please, do not assume that MacFUSE or Macfusion are entirely
incompatible with Snow Leopard.
If you suspect an issue with Macfusion,
please follow advice at http://www.macfusionapp.org/support.html
If you suspect an issue with MacFUSE, on which Macfusion relies,
please follow advice at http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/