#81 ssh won't mount

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nobody
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2004-05-01
2004-05-01
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Okay, I have automount working with another server, so
I know my lufs is working but I found this case:

[Bob@rcn-76f4540a6147-Wired Bob]$ ssh user@flop.server.edu
Last login: Sat May 1 10:34:27 2004 from 128-193-242-107
[user@flop user]$ exit
logout
Connection to flop.server.edu closed.
[Bob@rcn-76f4540a6147-Wired Bob]$ lufsmount
ssh://user@flop.server.edu flop/
liblufs-ssh.so: cannot open shared object file: No such
file or directory
unsupported file system: ssh

I did create the directory flop in the current working
directory.

Any ideas?

Discussion

  • Jarret Raim

    Jarret Raim - 2004-05-19

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    Lufs installs all the shared libs in /usr/local/lib by
    default. You may not have this in your path. You can add
    this to your path or just go to /usr/local/lib and copy all
    the lufs* files to /usr/lib and try it again.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I used:
    ./configure --prefix=/usr

    when installing. The files are in the right spot.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Even if I did do all the comments says, and eben if the
    files are now in /usr/lib (as all other libraries)... the
    message still reads:

    # lufsmount sshfs://mali@lufs.sourceforge.net ~/mnt/lufs
    liblufs-sshfs.so: cannot open shared object file: No such
    file or directory
    unsupported file system: sshfs

     

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