Hello, i think i have all configured properly (ssh automatic authentification, lufs module appears in lsmod, lufsd appears in ps- aux, /mnt/lufs directory created) but when i try to mount it says :
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on none, or too many mounted file systems
this is my syntax (with ./lufsmount and mount it says the same error) :
./lufsmount sshfs://firstname.lastname@example.org /mnt/lufs --fmask=444 --dmask=555
mount -t lufs none /mnt/lufs -o nosuid,fs=sshfs,host=mydomain.net,username=monsy,fmode=444,dmode=555
the lufsd.err file contains :
command-line: line 0: Bad configuration option: ClearAllForwardings
(recv_packet)packet too big!
(connect)failed to read version!
(processConnection)could not process the request
Does the lufs.conf file needs to exist ?
Does an internet sharing network can stop lufs to work ?
Same thing first happened to me. Then I rebuilt with debugging and kernel-debugging (./configure --enable-debug --enable-kdebug) to take a closer look at the error messages. Turned out my (old) ssh version didn't understand the options thrown at it by lufs. So I upgraded ssh and it worked. So: if you don't have a recent version of ssh (older than 0.3.0), upgrade. If you do, try enabling the debugging. It might give a hint.
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