Topic: Mount CloudMe in Linux OK, but I can't write

Hello

I've mounted my CloudMe in Linux. That's great. I've used this command:
sudo mount -t davfs -o rw,uid=nobody,gid=nobody https://webdav.cloudme.com/kloing /home/davidz/temp/webdav

First, I added my URI, user and password to /etc/davfs2/secrets

But, when I try to copy some to the mount directory /home/davidz/temp/webdav, I got a "Forbidden access" error.

Can you help me?

Last edited by kloing (2015-07-24 15:19:25)

Re: Mount CloudMe in Linux OK, but I can't write

I answer myself again.

The mount command was right. My error was that I used
   cp file.txt /home/davidz/temp/webdav
instead of
   sudo cp file.txt /home/davidz/temp/webdav

And I've found out that I can use a simpler command to mount:
sudo mount -t davfs https://webdav.cloudme.com/kloing /home/davidz/temp/webdav

It works fine, but it has a little delay after you copy the file until you can see it in CloudMe. You can force update if you umount.

Regards.