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[Xen-users] Getting fuse/coda devices working on Xen-based VM

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  • From: Kelly Jones <kelly.terry.jones@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 08:52:43 -0700
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I installed davfs2 on a debian 4 (etch) system I'm renting from
someone. When I run "mount -t davfs", I get this error message:

/sbin/mount.davfs: No free coda device to mount.
/sbin/mount.davfs: Trying fuse kernel file system.
/sbin/mount.davfs: Could not open fuse device.

I sort of understand this: the VM doesn't have direct access to /dev devices?

Can I fix myself by downloading and "insmod"'ing?

If not, can the Xen admin fix this? How?

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