From: maarten De Groote <playstation37@ho...> - 2006-04-14 12:09:22
I can mount my site with: [root@... admin]#
http://localhost:1980/mysite /mnt/webdav/ -t davfs
I can also open my filesystem in /mnt/webdav
But when I try to copy a file it doesn't work, I get this output:
[root@... admin]# cp test2.txt /mnt/webdav/fax/
cp: cannot create regular file `/mnt/webdav/fax/test2.txt': No such file or
From: Werner Baumann <werner.baumann@on...> - 2006-04-14 15:46:16
does /mnt/webdav/fax really exist? cp will not create missing directories.
Has your webserver process write permissions for it's documents? Usually
webservers do *not* have write permission. So when you enable WebDAV you
will manually have to change permissions for that part of document root,
that is used for WebDAV.
In any case you should have a look at your webserver's log files (that
is just what log files are for). If using apache you will propably find
them at /var/log/apache2/access.log and /var/log/apache2/error.log. Are
there requests from davfs2 and what is the response?
P.S.: Log files are the administrator's best friends.
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