sshfs mounting from Nautilus fails

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Hi all,

I'm using a laptop running up-to-date Fedora 7 i386. I installed fuse
and fuse-sshfs and added the following line to /etc/fstab:
sshfs#[email protected]: /mnt/box2 fuse noauto,user 0 0

When I login to the Gnome desktop and start nautilus I see a little icon
called box2 at the left under "Places". If I double click on the box2
icon I get a dialog asking for my password. I enter the correct password
and... nothing.

However, if I open a terminal and manually mount it (as user patrick)
with mount /mnt/box2 and enter my password it... works. I even see the
box2 icon change automagically in nautilus and a little harddisk icon
"box2" appears on my Desktop.

I don't understand why it wont work from nautilus. To test I installed
an ssh key (without passphrase) on box2 and added ssh-agent and ssh-add
to the session startup, logged out and logged in again but it did not
make a difference.

Anyone know what I am doing wrong?

Thanks!
Patrick




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