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Mounting WebDAV repository

From: Russ Brown <pickscrape_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-06 12:43:09 CEST


I've been playing with the autocommit features of 1.2.0 and have been
delighted with the results. I now have an auto-versioned folder
accessible over SSL and mounted to a drive letter on my PC using
NetDrive. I'm using it to host my calendar file which I access using
Sunbird from both work and home.

I've also been able to mount my WebDAV folder to a directory on my
Linux box using davfs:


All brilliant. :-)

However, davfs doesn't appear to work in fstab. That is, I have to run
the full mount command manually in order to make it work. I'd much
rather be able to store the mount configuration in fstab, making it
easier to mount the folder and harder to forget the configuration

Has anybody had any success with this?


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Received on Mon Jun 6 12:52:44 2005

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