On 7/21/07, Chris Jones <[email protected]> wrote:
> I've hit an interesting snag with Tramp on Emacs 22.1 on Fedora 7. Not a solution to your problem, but I used to use tramp a lot but gave up when it started behaving badly, sometime during FC6. I switched to mounting the remote file system using fuse-sshfs, and then opening the files directly in emacs. I found this to be more stable (and more convenient as it happened, as of course the files are available to any application, not just emacs). Just a thought...
But an intriguing one! I'm quite happy with tramp, but this sounds too interesting to ignore. However, when trying to sshfs, I get fuse: failed to exec fusermount: Permission denied and indeed, the permissions of fusermount are -rwsr-xr-- 1 root fuse And the README recommends using it as an ordinary user. Have you added yourself to the fuse group? Andras
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