additional arguments with lufis and ftpfs

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additional arguments with lufis and ftpfs

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Hello, i run on a gentoo and installed lufis with fuse and the lufs
now i run in to a problem, i wanted to mount my ftp home directory from my second box,so i do a :

$ lufis fd=ftpfs,host=MyHost,username=MyUser,password=xxx /mnt/ftpfs -s

Then i did a "$ ls /mnt/ftpfs"
and i get :

bin   cdrom  etc   initrd          lib         media  openvrml-0.15.10.tar.gz  opt   root  sys  usr  vmlinuz
boot  dev    home  initrd.img.old  lost+found  mnt    openvrml.spec            proc  sbin  tmp  var

That's defenetly not my home directory, thats the root directory of my second box.
ok ok next i did what i thourgt is the most logical

$ umount /mnt/ftpfs
$ lufis fd=ftpfs,host=MyHost:/home/MyUser,username=MyUser,password=xxx /mnt/ftpfs -s
ERROR
[69ba](connect)could not resolve host 10.0.0.101:/home/MyUser

Then i did:

$ lufis fs=ftpfs -h ( as mentioned in the Readme )
ERROR
[69c2](ftpfs_init)you must specify a host!
could not initialize file system!

So now i'm stuck since the Readme does not come with more support that this, also lufis fs=ftpfs,host=Myhost -h gives me some
output, it sayes:
usage: lufis mountpoint [FUSE options] Which is revert order to what is written in the Readme and doesn't work at all,
(and some more stuff which realy doesn't help)

So how do i mount now my homedirectory to the mount point and is it possibill that i could mount some directory inside my
homedirectory like nfs can do it ?

Is there a option for lufis i could use with ftpfs and is there a better documentation somewhere ?
sorry but gentoo has decided to use lufis god know why(i guess it has something todo whith the missing lufs kernel module), i use lufsmount on my debian box and it runs much smarter.

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Re: additional arguments with lufis and ftpfs

Miklos Szeredi
> Is there a option for lufis i could use with ftpfs and is there a
> better documentation somewhere ?

Unfortunately what you want is not possible with lufis.

I admit, lufis is very much unfinished.  The purpose of writing lufis
was basicly to prove to myself, that FUSE can be used to run LUFS
filesystems.

Miklos


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