Public bug reported:


while configuring a remote directory using ssh the connection is established 
successfully. But later on when trying to perform a backup using this ssh 
connection the backup fails stating that it is not possible to establish the 

In attached sbackup_testOK.log file you can see that the connection was tested 
successfully after configuring the host and credentials:

2010-10-02 21:16:26,957 - INFO in configgui._do_remote_tests(1726): All
tests passed

But when performing a backup (sbackup_failure.log) the mount operation
somehow fails:

2010-10-02 21:43:32,251 - DEBUG in _gio_utils._set_mount_flag(239): 
Path_mount_info: Path: `ssh://a...@`
Eff. path: `None`
Mounted: False
2010-10-02 21:43:32,253 - ERROR in _gio_utils._mount_done_cb(362): Error in 
`_do_mount`: volume doesn't implement mount [ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED - Operation 
not supported for the current backend.]

I am using sbackup 0.11.2 in an up to date kubuntu environment.

Cheers, Andreas

** Affects: sbackup
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

sbackup is not able to mount remote directory via SSH (testing works fine)
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