I have a Linux host with an FTP server running on it and a VirtualBox guest Haiku. I’ve installed the necessary stuff
pkgman install userland_fs curlftpfs
and i can mount the FTP by
/system/servers/userlandfs_server curlftpfs & mount -t userlandfs -p 'curlftpfs user:email@example.com' /mnt/ftp
It works somewhat, but i am constantly getting messages like:
ftpfs: operation ftpfs_open failed because Not supported
ftpfs: operation ftpfs_getattr failed because No such file or directory
and if i copy there something
ftpfs: operation ftpfs_flush failed because I/O error
Now, the copied file arrives there all OK, but if i delete a file on the host side, then Haiku thinks the file is still exists and does not exists at the same time:
cp: cannot create regular file '/mnt/ftp/nfsmount': File or Directory already exists rm: cannot remove '/mnt/ftp/nfsmount': No such file or directory
If i delete it from Haiku, it can be created again. I think this is connected to the flush error.
Did i done something wrong, or it’s a known problem?