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Re: Mounting a webdav directory

Subject: Re: Mounting a webdav directory
From: Phillip Susi
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 11:10:42 -0500
Look in /var/run for pid files.

Richard Barry wrote:
I'm using davfs2 to mount a webdav directory locally.  I get it working
after I install davfs2, but then after I restart I cannot mount the
directory again.  I get the following error message:

/usr/lib/mount.davfs-2.6: Could not open pid-file

I tried looking in the /var/lock and /var/run directories for something
I can delete to make it work again, but I can't find anything obvious:

$ls /var/lock
evms-engine  lvm

$ ls /var/run
acpid.socket  dbus               klogd                samba
atd.pid       dhclient.eth0.pid  laptop-mode-enabled  screen
crond.pid     gdm.pid            laptop-mode-state    sdp
crond.reboot  hal                mdadm.pid            syslogd.pid
cups          hplip              network              utmp

Reintalling davfs2 fixes it, but there has to be some way I can get it
to just work.


PS I'm running Dapper

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