Make sure your dependencies are correct:
$ ls /var/db/pkg|grep fuse
fusefs-kmod-0.3.9.p1 <<<<
fusefs-libs-2.7.0_1
fusefs-sshfs-1.8
Same here. :-)
It should have been installed automatically. Not sure why it didn't.
My mistake. I did not add "fusefs_enable=YES" to rc.conf, because I installed fusefs-sshfs from the ports tree. The ports system installed fusefs-kmod as a dependency for me, and of course I could not read the instructions at the end of the installation. In fact I did not even know that there is separate package for this. (What a pity that sshfs has no manual.)


After starting the daemon, I get this error:

neptunus# kldstat
Id Refs Address    Size     Name
1    7 0xc0400000 77e068   kernel
2    1 0xc0b7f000 15a60    geom_mirror.ko
3    1 0xc0b95000 6810     snd_via8233.ko
4    2 0xc0b9c000 25828    sound.ko
5    1 0xd0683000 3000     daemon_saver.ko
6    1 0xd2ffb000 e000     fuse.ko
neptunus# sshfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/fileshare/pub /usr/fileshare/pub
fuse: bad mount point `/usr/fileshare/pub': Bad file descriptor
neptunus# ls -l /usr/fileshare/
ls: pub: Bad file descriptor
total 22
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  767 Aug 30 19:41 .cshrc
-rw-------  1 fileshare  fileshare  214 Aug 30 20:12 .history
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  248 Aug 30 19:41 .login
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  158 Aug 30 19:41 .login_conf
-rw-------  1 fileshare  fileshare  373 Aug 30 19:41 .mail_aliases
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  331 Aug 30 19:41 .mailrc
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  797 Aug 30 19:41 .profile
-rw-------  1 fileshare  fileshare  276 Aug 30 19:41 .rhosts
-rw-r--r--  1 fileshare  fileshare  975 Aug 30 19:41 .shrc
drwx------  2 fileshare  fileshare  512 Aug 30 19:43 .ssh
neptunus#

This is interesting. Now I have a special node called "pub" in that directory and I cannot delete it. What is wrong? :-)

Thanks,

  Laszlo

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