I am using curlftpfs
to mount FTP servers as local filesystems. Usually, I type in something such as:
curlftpfs -o user=user:pass ftp://ftp.domain.tld/remote/directory ~/.curlftpfs/local/directory
This was working. I wrote a bash script so I would have a GUI for curlftpfs
. The script works perfectly. But, whenever I try to 'eject' the connection in Nautilus, it gives me an error:
Unable to unmount lasaastronomy.org
umount: /media/lasaastronomy.org is not in the fstab (and you are not root)
Now, when I call curlftpfs
by itself, it also has the same error. I have to use fusermount
to unmount these connections.
What is wrong and how do I fix it?