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 WebDAV is an abbreviation for **Web-based Distributed Authoring and  WebDAV is an abbreviation for **Web-based Distributed Authoring and
 Versioning**. Its commonly just called DAV. WebDAV is an open standard that  Versioning**. Its commonly just called DAV. WebDAV is an open standard that
 technically enhances the HTTP/1.1 protocol providing mechanism like write  technically enhances the HTTP/1.1 protocol providing mechanism like write
 support.  support.
   
 There are many ways to use WebDAV on NetBSD.  There are many ways to use WebDAV on NetBSD.
   
 ## Contents  ## Contents
   
 [[!toc]]  [[!toc]]
   
 ##  Using Gnome  ##  Using Gnome
   
 Gnome supports by default webdav mounts.  Gnome supports by default webdav mounts.
   
 ##  Using KDE  ##  Using KDE
   
 You can use Konqueror to mount a remote DAV Server.  You can use Konqueror to mount a remote DAV Server.
   
 ##  Using www/cadaver  ##  Using www/cadaver
   
 Another possibility is to install the package www/cadaver. This is a command  Another possibility is to install the package www/cadaver. This is a command
 line tool to access DAV servers.  line tool to access DAV servers.
   
 ##  Using filesystems/fuse-wdfs  ##  Using filesystems/fuse-wdfs
   
 With fuse-wdfs you can mount webdav directories and access subversion  With fuse-wdfs you can mount webdav directories and access subversion
 repositories like a usual mountpoint. [Fuse][8] requires puffs to be built in  repositories like a usual mountpoint. [Fuse][8] requires puffs to be built in
 your kernel.  your kernel.
   
      
   
 ##  See also  ##  See also
   
   * [[How to use FUSE in NetBSD]]    * [[How to use FUSE in NetBSD]]
   

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