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Old 07-30-2010, 10:13 AM   #1
sethusubbiah
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Question Fuse mount point - Permission Denied


Hi everyone,

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.

I used
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 !!

-Sethu
 
Old 05-15-2015, 10:05 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by sethusubbiah View Post
Hi everyone,
The file permissions look like this:
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? temp
Did you ever get this solved?

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


update [solved]:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi....php?p=5363055

Last edited by BryanFRitt; 05-15-2015 at 10:44 PM.
 
Old 05-16-2015, 07:42 AM   #3
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Did you ever get this solved?

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


update [solved]:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi....php?p=5363055
That is normal for non-owners of the process. It can also happen if the process supporting the fuse mount aborts.
 
  


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