I try to use afpfs-ng with the suggested fstab-entry under http://alexthepuffin.googlepages.com/home under ubuntu 9.04. I installed the 0.8.1-deb-package and a direct mounting works flawlessly. But when only mounting with fstab, it says :
The afpfs daemon does not appear to be running for uid 1000, let me start it for you
Could not find server (afpfsd)
Error in starting up afpfsd
afpfsd is in place under /usr/bin and if i start it directly, it works as assumed. Is there any way i can load /usr/bin/afpfsd before mounting the afp-shares? Any path variable he is missing when i do an sudo mount -a ???ß
A few questions:
- once you've done the mount directly, what's the output of 'afp_client status' ?
- what does your fstab look like?
- does the following work:
a) as uid 1000, run "afpfsd -d" (and record the output please)
b) run 'mount -a' as root
Let me know...
a) afpfsd -d
Starting up AFPFS version 0.8.1
b) FUSE reported the following error:
unique: 1, opcode: INIT (26), nodeid: 0, insize: 56
unique: 1, error: 0 (Success), outsize: 40
AFPFS Version: 0.8.1
UAMs compiled in: Cleartxt Passwrd, No User Authent, Randnum Exchange, 2-Way Randnum Exchange, DHCAST128, DHX2
Server Kurt Hindenburg’s iMac
connection: 10.0.1.3:548 (active)
using AFP version: AFP3.2
server UAMs: DHCAST128, Client Krb v2, DHX2 (used), Recon1
transmit delay: 0ms
quantums: 262144(tx) 131072(rx)
last request id: 31 in queue: 0
transfer: 746(rx) 922(tx)
runt packets: 0
Volume svn, id 1, attribs 0x2c6c mounted: /opt/KDE/sources/remote
did cache stats: 0 miss, 0 hit, 0 expired, 0 force removal
uid/gid mapping: Login ids (505/505)
Unix permissions: Yes
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