When I try to connect to a windows ftp server lufs fails because it tries to get /etc/passwd and /etc/group but they dont exist.
LUFS gives this back:
"(mount)could not load credentials!
cannot mount on /mnt/mymount
Is there a way to bypass this?
failure to load the username/uid/gid correspondence is not fatal (but the message seems to be confusing, I'll take it out). the fatal error here is occuring in lufsmnt (cannot mount on /mnt/mymount) and has to do with the mount point: it's not a dir, or it's not owned by the mounting user, or the mounting user doesn't have rwx perms on it.
oh yep you were right the mount point was incorrect.
Thanks for your help :)
hello, I have this problem too with lufs of the debian testing.
I have builded and installed the module though.
Lufs tries to get /etc/passwd on the windows ftp server and then is blocked and doesn't give the prompt back.
The solution you give to jacob doesn't work in my case.
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