I installed IPFS, ran into a lot of problems but got it running eventually. Hitting issues with FUSE. I am on Ubuntu 18.04
/ipns. Fuse is working. My user is a member of the
fuse group. I chowned /ipfs and /ipns to my user.
But when I issue
ipfs mount it sits there for ~30 seconds then the daemon spits out this error (without crashing):
ERROR node: error mounting: root can't be a file (unixfs type: File) mount_unix.go:93
And I get back
Error: root can't be a file (unixfs type: File) from the command line client.
I don’t even know what this error means, my
/ directory is definitely not a file,
/ipns are both certainly directories and not files, I have no idea what this is even in reference to. Any guesses?