I am attempting to setup a centralized home-directory server through sshfs and pam-mount.
Currently I am stuck at this point:
When attempting to mount the remote home directory sshfs just gets stuck:
d_inevitable@laptop:~$ sshfs -o nonempty,debug server: . FUSE library version: 2.9.0 nullpath_ok: 0 nopath: 0 utime_omit_ok: 0
It freezes at this point.
This seems to be because the home directory includes
~/.ssh. So when I try
sshfs -o nonempty server:.ssh .ssh the same thing happens.
I suppose fuse somehow initializes the mount, but then ssh needs something from it's config directory so it tries to read from it. Fuse will just block that read resulting in a deadlock.
What kind of stuff does sshfs need from
I have tried to remove all read/write permissions from
~/.ssh and then mounting on some other directory. That worked fine. The debug output only complained about writing to