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Re: encfs works?
Thank you, Victor, for this tip. However it doesn't work either -
crw------- 1 root wheel 178, 0 Dec 14 00:49 /dev/putter
i.e. users don't have access here. I suppose changing permission or
ownership of this device is not really wanted. It works for you now?
On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 18:33:03 +0100
Victor Dorneanu <victor%dornea.nu@localhost> wrote:
> Jan Šmydke wrote:
> > $ encfs ~/.crypt ~/crypt
> > after verifying the password it said:
> > EncFS Password:
> > encfs: puffs_mount: cannot open /dev/puffs
> > encfs: puffs_mount: directory "/home/honza/crypt": Permission denied
> > Both the dirs "/home/honza/.crypt" and "/home/honza/crypt"
> > have "drwx------" for me, so it should be all right...
> I really appreciate your mail since I was also struggling with encfs a
> few months ago.
> In order to mount as non-root user you should set
> vfs.generic.usermount to 1:
> $ sysctl -w vfs.generic.usermount=1
> That should do the job.
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