sudo dpkg -i storagemadeeasy_4.0.7.deb

(Reading database ... 171818 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace storagemadeeasy 4.0-7 (using storagemadeeasy_4.0.7.deb) ...
delete /usr/bin/smemount
Unpacking replacement storagemadeeasy ...
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of storagemadeeasy:
 storagemadeeasy depends on fuse-utils; however:
  Package fuse-utils is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libfuse-perl; however:
  Package libfuse-perl is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libxml-simple-perl; however:
  Package libxml-simple-perl is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libfilesys-statvfs-perl; however:
  Package libfilesys-statvfs-perl is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on liblchown-perl; however:
  Package liblchown-perl is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libfuse-dev; however:
  Package libfuse-dev is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libqt4-gui; however:
  Package libqt4-gui is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on libqt4-dev; however:
  Package libqt4-dev is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on qt4-qmake; however:
  Package qt4-qmake is not installed.
 storagemadeeasy depends on g++; however:
  Package g++ is not installed.
dpkg: error processing storagemadeeasy (--install):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
Processing triggers for bamfdaemon ...
Rebuilding /usr/share/applications/bamf-2.index...
Processing triggers for mime-support ...
Errors were encountered while processing:
The issue is the new release of Ubuntu 13.10 which our current release does not support as they changed something related to package dependancies.

We should have updated our tools within the week to support Ubuntu 13.10 and I will post here when they are released.
Thanks for looking into this.

Note: Fuse is loaded by default in 13.10, and there is no fuse-utils any more.

I hope the problem is easy to find/fix.
The new version of the Linux Tools that support Ubuntu 13.10 can be found at:

Thanks for the quick solution.  It's installed and I'm working my way through the set up now.  Good job.