Fuse mount point - Permission Denied
I created a fuse mountpoint. After mounting, the file permissions are all screwed up and it says I cannot ls or cd. Permission denied.
The file permissions look like this:
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? temp
and when i list the mounted devices I get:
/dev/fuse on /temp type fuse (rw,nosuid,nodev)
I used mono-fuse. I just created a new folder with permissions 777 and then did a mount. After unmounting I can do all operations, but when I mount, I get such error.
HelloFS.exe that comes along with mono fuse for testing. Can someone shed some light on this weird behavior and what mistake ive done. Thank you !!
For me the sshfs command was working, but not the /etc/fstab entry.
(using /etc/fstab to mount;`sudo mount -a`; method. The `ls -alF` command gave me 'd?????????? ? ? ? ? ?' )
A possible workaround I figured out:
In a login script run
sshfs USER@REMOTEURL:REMOTEDIR LOCALMOUNTPOINTDIR
replacing the stuff in CAPS with the appropriate items
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