fuse: warning: library too old, some operations may not not work

on my suse 12.3 with kde
I have a sshfs item on my fstab and I use

mount /afspla

and before password asking I have this warning…
fuse: warning: library too old, some operations may not not work

how can I avoid this ??

thanx, ciao, pier

You might open up YaST Software Manager and search on fuse or libfuse and make sure you don’t somehow have more than one version installed perhaps. This can happen when using lots of repositories for instance that may not work together properly.

Thank You,

On 2013-04-14 13:36, pier andreit wrote:
> on my suse 12.3 with kde
> I have a sshfs item on my fstab and I use
>
> Code:
> --------------------
> mount /afspla
> --------------------
> and before password asking I have this warning…
> fuse: warning: library too old, some operations may not not work
>
> how can I avoid this ??

Is this a freshly installed system or upgraded? If so, how?


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.1 x86_64 “Asparagus” at Telcontar)

fresh installation keeping the old /home and updated with opensuse standard repositories

thanx, ciao :slight_smile: , pier

searching for fuse and libfuse I have these packages installed:

Package Installed (Available)

enblend-enfuse 4.0-23.1.1
fuse 2.9.0-7.1.1
fuseiso 20070708-78.1
fusesmb 0.8.7-231.1
gvfs-fuse 1.14.2-2.1.2
libfuse2 2.9.0-7.1.1
mtpfs 1.1-1.1

as I can understand the only two with similar version are fuse and libfuse2, and they are the same version…

thnx, ciao, :slight_smile: , pier

Your fuse packages seem to be ok.
But where do you have sshfs from (and what version)?

It doesn’t solve the issue, but why not use SFTP? Supereasy to create connections in Dolphin. Achieves the same AFAIK.

sshfs 2.4-17.1 from obs://build.opensuse.org/filesystems
@Knurpht
this is my entry in fstab, I use sshfs becouse my company use afs filesystem and said me this is the way to connect with linux, I don’t know if it works with sftp… how can I try this??

sshfs#username@server.company.site.it:/afs/.site.it/ /afspla fuse user,noauto,fsname=sshfs#username@server.company.site.it:/afs/site.it/ 0 0

thanx, ciao, pier :slight_smile:

I guess this is the problem.
Please try to install the one from the standard 12.3 repo:

sudo zypper in -f sshfs-2.4-5.1.1

yes, it was that, installed sshfs from standard repo and the warning disappeared.
maaaanythanx, ciao, pier :slight_smile: