0
votes
0answers
45 views

Mounting EncFS with PAM at SSH login with password protected key

I'm running OpenSUSE 12.3 on a VM in the cloud and have an EncFS directory set up. I can mount it manually fine. I'm trying to have the directory mounted at SSH login, ideally only for the duration ...
2
votes
0answers
178 views

FUSE mounted Google Drive (via google-drive-ocamlfuse) for Wordpress and permission issues

My objective is to use Google Drive to store media files for a Wordpress multisite using Fuse, and so far I am able to mount Google Drive with google-drive-ocamlfuse as root. I can mount the Google ...
0
votes
0answers
211 views

ls: reading directory ./: Input/output error via S3FS

I have a bucket with more than ten thousand files. I am getting the following error while doing 'ls -l' folder but working fine for less than 1000 files in the folder. Any suggestions? ls: reading ...
0
votes
2answers
135 views

`fuse`-like mounts on linux-vserver/openVZ?

I don't know much about servers or virtualization. However, for the last years, I've been using a rented linux-vserver as my backup drive and for recording radio shows through cronjobs. I ran out of ...
0
votes
1answer
531 views

Accidentally moved FUSE mounted mount point, not cannot unmount. Any option besides reboot?

I mounted a disk image using a few different FUSE modules and then subsequently renamed the parent directory. The mounts have disappeared from the mtab and now the OS refuses to unmount them. ...
2
votes
0answers
164 views

Gluster with s3ql mounted brick?

I am trying to test run Gluster with a volume consisting of two local bricks, the first being a plain directory and the second being a s3ql based mount. Having just the plain directory as a unique ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Mount an FTPS server to a linux directory (but get Access denied: 530 error)

Im trying to Mount FTPS to a directory but it doesn't seem to work... I can do this: lftp -p 990 user:pass@10.10.10.1 It will connect fine. But if I do this: curlftpfs 10.10.10.1:990 /mnt/test ...