I’m using urbackup-2.4.12 in an docker container. I started the container with the “–device /dev/fuse” option to get fuse inside the container.
When I’m open an bash inside the container I test to mount an vhd file:
guestmount -a myvhdfile.vhd -m /dev/sda1 /mnt/
This is working and I can browse the content of the file.
When I’m typing in the following command, I get an error.
urbackupsrv mount-vhd --file myvhdfile.vhd --mountpoint /mnt/
Loading FUSE kernel module... modprobe: FATAL: Module fuse not found in directory /lib/modules/4.19.72-gentoo Starting VHD background process... Waiting for background process to become available... Mounting... mount: /mnt: mount failed: Operation not permitted. Mounting failed.
I have compiled the fuse support direct in the kernel, so theres no module.
After this message I’m back on the bash (I can input commands) but the command is still running in the background.
I hope someone has an idea.