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Mar
5
comment Locale-gen segmentation fault
Oops, was running commands on wrong machine. Setting LC_CTYPE explicitly didn't help, still segfault :(
Mar
5
comment Locale-gen segmentation fault
Setting LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 and then sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-8, then sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales helped! Thanks!
Mar
5
comment Locale-gen segmentation fault
Actually I have only those: LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 LANG=en_US.UTF-8
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
Oh, sorry, you need to have -o uid="id -u" -o gid="id -g" (change double quotes to backticks) in sshfs for chmod 640 to work. (Without -o uid, -o gid, changing perms to 640 doesn't do anything - gedit still can't save)
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
by .gout.. files I mean something like .goutputstream-W7PGMV
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
With plain sshfs server-side permissions are -rw-r--r-- (644 I guess). 644 won't allow to save file, .goutstreamer-... file appears and isn't removed while saving. If I change perms to 640 - saves fine and .gout... file doesn't appear. I guess gedit saves data to .gout.. file, then renames it and 644 somehow prevents rename.
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
Tried. Didn't help. workaround=rename helped
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
Tried -o allow_other - didn't help.
Nov
18
comment gedit + sshfs won't save (vi saves fine!)
It asks for /etc/fuse.conf, but I don't want to run sshfs via sudo. -o workaround=rename seems to have solved my problem, any particular reason why -o allow_other is better than workaround=rename ?