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I have SSHDroid running on the Android. I'm trying to mount it from a Mac using Fuse for OS X. I can SSH, but I am unable to SSHFS.

When I try to sshfs, I get the following error

"mount_osxfusefs: failed to mount /mount@/dev/osxfuse2: Operation not supported on socket"

Has anyone seen this?


Update: Not sure whether this is important. I'm trying to sshfs over wifi.


Android OS: Froyo 2.2
Mac OS X: 10.7.3

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Have you tried it with a dedicated SSH file explorer (I don't know any for OSX off the top of my head)? –  Erik Apr 28 '12 at 9:38
    
"I'm trying to mount it" makes it sound like you're trying to mount the device storage, but the error sounds like it's the Mac storage. Can you clarify? –  Matthew Read Apr 29 '12 at 6:20
    
@Erik. No. Since Finder serves all the explorer kind of purpose, I was just trying to find how to mount the device. –  iobelix May 2 '12 at 20:30
    
@MatthewRead. This is what I see. I can ssh but not sshfs. ~> ssh root@191.168.1.5 -p 2222 root@191.168.1.5's password: ~/data/berserker.android.apps.sshdroid/home $ ls -d /mnt/sdcard /mnt/sdcard $exit Connection to 191.168.1.5 closed. ~> sshfs root@191.168.1.5:/ /mount -p 2222 root@191.168.1.5's password: ~> mount_osxfusefs: failed to mount /mount@/dev/osxfuse1: Operation not supported on socket ~> –  iobelix May 2 '12 at 20:41
    
@iobelix I primarily asked because knowing whether accessing without sshfs works or not might bring some insight into the issue. –  Erik May 2 '12 at 21:58

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