adhans7
I have previously installed and it was all working well, and after a reboot it started showing the following:

fusermount: option allow_other only allowed if 'user_allow_other' is set in /etc/fuse.conf

could not mount fuse filesystem!


after that I can't use anymore.  :/


Any help is very appreciated 

PS: I already checked the /etc/fuse.conf   and the 'user_allow_other'  is already set in the fuse.conf  file. Captura de tela de 2015-05-15 01:26:22.png 
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Igor
The problem should be in the file: /etc/fuse.conf
Run this command in terminal and show the output:
Code:
ls -l /etc/ | grep fuse.conf; cat /etc/fuse.conf
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adhans7
This was the response Captura de tela de 2015-05-15 04:38:56_modificado.png 
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Igor
'user_allow_other' not enabled in your /etc/fuse.conf
You need to replace '#user_allow_other'  by 'user_allow_other'. It should resolve your problem.
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adhans7
Igor wrote: 'user_allow_other' not enabled in your /etc/fuse.conf
You need to replace '#user_allow_other'  by 'user_allow_other'. It should resolve your problem.


Its says that im not allowed to edit the file, there is a command for that?
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Igor

Only root user can edit this file.

Just run this command (it add "user_allow_other" to the file /etc/fuse.conf):

Code:
sudo echo "user_allow_other" >> /etc/fuse.conf


Or you can open it in editor as root user by one of this commands:
Code:
sudo gedit /etc/fuse.conf
sudo gnome-open /etc/fuse.conf
sudo kde-open /etc/fuse.conf
sudo nano /etc/fuse.conf


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robbie128
made the edit as instructed (as root), saved, and rebooted.  After reboot, validated 'cat /etc/fuse.conf' was as it should be... but alas.... same error
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Igor
Run this command in terminal and show the output:
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ls -l /etc/| grep fuse.conf; cat /etc/fuse.conf
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