What is missing for encfs to work?
Harry Putnam <email@example.com> writes:
> How can I see my kernel config. Kernel was selected at install, and
> must not have been selected for /proc/Config.gz to be available. At
> least there is no such file.
> I'd like to know if fuse was selected.
Sorry I let that message get away before I'd written most of it.
| uname -r
I just realized I could answer my first question by looking in
| find . -name '*.ko'|grep fuse
And I have fuse pkg and encfs installed.
dpkg --list |grep fuse
ii encfs 1.7.4-2.3 encrypted virtual filesystem
ii fuse 2.8.5-5 Filesystem in Userspace
ii fuse-utils 2.8.5-5 Filesystem in Userspace [...]
ii libfuse2 2.8.5-5 Filesystem in Userspace (library)
lsmod |grep fuse
fuse 56331 1
But where I try to mount an encfs encrypted directory I get this error
encfs ~/.dir_raw ~/.dir
fuse: failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied
fuse failed. Common problems:
- fuse kernel module not installed (modprobe fuse)
- invalid options -- see usage message
Is /dev/fuse something I am supposed to make by hand or should it be
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