I am having trouble mounting a remote file system via SSHFS/Fstab. The Client is a Ubuntu 10.10 box. The remote device is a Netgear ReadyNAS Pro. I created ssh keys already and can login without a password from the Ubuntu device to the NAS.
If I SSH to the device and then cd to the /c/backup directory I can read/write without problems. When I mount with fstab, I get a successful mount, I just cant access it. I am being told I do not have permission. dmesg is not giving me any hints. The line in my fstab is:
email@example.com:/c/backup /home/user1/NAS-28/backup fuse user 0 0
user1 is a member of the fuse group. The permissions on /c/backup on the remote device are 777, nobody:nogroup. I would like to keep the owner/group the same because windows clients map this drive in their login scripts and I would not want to interfere with that. /home/user1/NAS-28/backup exists locally, and the permissions are 777, user1:user1.
Any ideas? I can provide any information needed.
Thanks in advance