No auto-mount on login w/ Ubuntu 12.04

Issue #10 invalid
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{{{ $fred:~$ gnome-encfs -m Gkr-Message: received an invalid, unencryptable, or non-utf8 secret Gkr-Message: call to daemon returned an invalid response: (null).(null)() Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/gnome-encfs", line 423, in <module> ret = main() File "/usr/local/bin/gnome-encfs", line 411, in main ok = mount_items(opts.p1, opts.autostart) File "/usr/local/bin/gnome-encfs", line 370, in mount_items items = _get_items(anypath=path, amount=(autostart and "y" or None)) File "/usr/local/bin/gnome-encfs", line 202, in _get_items _items_cached = gk.find_items_sync(ITYPE, GENCFS_ATTR) gnomekeyring.IOError $fred:~$ gnome-encfs -l * encfs path : /home/fred/Dropbox/fred_cloud mount point : /home/fred/andy_fred mount at login : yes }}}

Comments (4)

  1. Oben Sonne repo owner
    • changed status to open

    I'm still on an older Ubuntu version so I cannot check this right now. If anyone has time and resources to work on this, big thanks in advance!

  2. Sebastian Vetter

    I just tried it on Ubuntu 12.04 and everything seems to work fine. I did add a new encfs volume with the following command:

    $ ./gnome-encfs -a ~/Ubuntu\ One/.encrypted/ ~/Ubuntu.One_encrypted

    After that I was able to mount it with:

    ./gnome-encfs -m ~/Ubuntu.One_encrypted/

    I also logged out and back in again and the volume was mounted successfully and as expected. This is out of the box just running the executable and then copying it to /usr/bin/ so the issue described above might not simply be Ubuntu 12.04 related. I hope that helps a little bit.

    Oh, and thanks a lot for the great work obensonne. It's a great little tool that you put together and I really appreciate it...every day :)

    cheers, seb

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