From: Björn Haake <bjoern.haake@it...> - 2011-02-23 10:18:40
I have been running my little file system well in the last few weeks on a Fedora 13 VM. We were now trying to run it on a RedHat 6 Linux and there seems to be a permission problem.
I am logged in as root when I run the command: ./iFSGDriver.exe -o allow_other /mnt/fuse -d
I can list files and create directories on RedHat, but when trying to vi a file and saving it, I get:
E212: Can't open file for writing
I don't even see the write command in my fuse log, so I assume this is caught even before and has to do with permissions. I thought starting fuse as root and having the allow_other option should be enough? It is interesting that it works on the Fedora system, but not on RedHat.
When I do the actual file operations on Fedora I don't even need to be root. On Redhat, even when doing a sudo vi, I get error E212.
Does someone have an idea where I need to investigate?