I have these two entries in fstab:
/dev/sdb1 /mount/usbdisk vfat user,rw,noauto 0 0
REMUSER@IP:. /LOCALUSER/mcfiles fuse.sshfs users,allow_other,reconnect,follow_symlinks,rw,noauto, _netdev,idmap=user,uid=1000,gid=100,IdentityFile=/LOCALUSER/.ssh/id_rsa,ServerAliveInterval=60 0 0
I want to mount these devices by hand upon necessity. For the first entry, I can mount and umount as a normal user with
mount /dev/sdb1 and also with mount /mount/usbdisk
However for the second entry, I can only mount with mount /LOCALUSER/mcfiles
If I issue mount /REMUSER@IP:. I get the answer “No such file or directory”
According to the man page for mount, this is an error, since the mount command admits either the source device or the target
and in both cases it just reads the associated line in /etc/fstab
Issuing mount --source REMUSER@IP:.
does not help either.
This problem did not exist in OpenSuSE 12.2, it shows up after I upgraded to 13.1 via zypper dup.
Should I file up a bug? Where?