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     1      1   <H2>NAME</H2>
     2      2   appfsd, mount.appfs - AppFS FUSE Daemon
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     5      5   <H2>SYNOPSIS</H2>
     6         -<B>appfsd &#91;-dfsh&#93; [-o </B><I>option</I><B>[,</B><I>...</I><B>]] </B><I>cachedir</I><B> </B><I>mount_point</I>
            6  +<B>appfsd &#91;-dfsh&#93; &#91;-o </B><I>option</I><B>&#91;,</B><I>...</I><B>&#93;&#93; </B><I>cachedir</I><B> </B><I>mount_point</I>
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     8         -<B>mount.appfs &#91;-dfsh&#93; [-o </B><I>option</I><B>[,</B><I>...</I><B>]] </B><I>cachedir</I><B> </B><I>mount_point</I>
            8  +<B>mount.appfs &#91;-dfsh&#93; &#91;-o </B><I>option</I><B>&#91;,</B><I>...</I><B>&#93;&#93; </B><I>cachedir</I><B> </B><I>mount_point</I>
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    11     11   <H2>DESCRIPTION</H2>
    12     12   AppFS is a FUSE-based filesystem to present a manifest-based package format
    13     13   from remote servers to the local system.  It works over HTTP (by default,
    14     14   at least).  Remote sites are identified at the top-level of the mounted
    15     15   directory and all sites are verified by PKI signature.