[tomboy-list] sync problem with sshfs and symbolic link in mountpoint
derlinuxer at sberg.net
Mon Nov 1 13:36:37 PDT 2010
I use nfs to mount my home directory (at work). The NFS export has the option no_root_squash.
So mount via fuse isn't possible, because I can't do any think on this mount with root permissions.
I tried to replace the sync-sshfs directory with a sym link to a local place.
( ~/.cache/tomboy/sync-sshfs -> /export/sync-sshfs)
This worked but only one time. I guess the problem is fuse mountpoint "/export/sync-sshfs".
this is my mount output
[.../sync/tomboy on /export/sync-sshfs type fuse.sshfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,max_read=65536...]
At next sync the function will probably check the mountpoint at home directory at will not find,
because is mounted to "/export/sync-sshfs". So it will try to mount again and it run
in the "common" error "not empty directory".
Is it a bug or can I do something to solve. Probably the is a parameter to set
a special mountpoint and not use "~/.cache/tomboy/sync-sshfs".
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