When you run a program and you receive an error message saying that “a fatal error has occurred”, you may be able to fix it by following a few simple steps. A fatal error is caused by unexpected system interactions, a malfunctioning driver, or even a physical fault in the hardware. The error code 0E will point you to the instructions on how to fix it, while other codes usually follow a format of two sets of numbers separated by a colon and will have a far lesser chance of yielding results.
FUSE uses secure non-privileged mounts, which opens up a range of possibilities for filesystems. For example, it is possible to mount sshfs, a network filesystem using the sftp protocol. This filesystem uses a device ID (fd), which must be obtained from the FUSE device. Its rootmode is the octal representation of the filesystem root, and its user-id and group-id are specified in octal form.
If you cannot fix this problem, you may want to try upgrading your software. First, update your SD card to the latest version. This will fix the fatal error you are experiencing when you try to run fusee. Also, update Hekate, Atmosphere, and Fusee to the latest versions. The new versions will work with your current configuration.
Another way to fix this issue is to restore your computer to an earlier state. This will roll back all the changes made during the error period, and is usually the most effective way to fix this problem. However, this method will only work if your fatal error is not a hardware glitch.