I've set up a webdav server and I'm able to access it
fine with davfs from my fedora core 4 box - nice work
on an excellent product!
The problem is, I need to access the same webdav server
using davfs on a CentOS4.3 (Redhat ES4.3 clone) server.
As a previous poster mentioned, Red Hat dropped
official support for coda and so to get it working I
had to use an "unsupported" kernel.
This seemed to work and I was able to mount my webdav
server. However, when I move to teh mounted directory
and `ls` I don't get file sizes or last-modified dates,
(I do get this information when I mount from my Fedora
box). Furthermore, if I try to copy a file from the
mounted directory I get "no such file or directory".
Is this likely to be coda's fault? If so, is it likely
to make any difference if I compile my own davfs2, or
even my own coda kernel module?
I really need to get this working for a project I'm
working on so any help would be greatly appreciated.