sudo yum install -y hubzero-webdav
sudo hzcms configure webdav --enable
Test the fuse filesystem mount. Create the file mytest and then view the directory contents. You should see no errors and the file "mytest" should appear in the directory listing
sudo touch /webdav/home/admin/mytest sudo ls -l /webdav/home/admin
Now test using a WebDAV client.
sudo yum install -y cadaver sudo cadaver https://localhost/webdav
You will be prompted to accept self signed certificate (if it is still installed) and then to enter your username and password. Use the 'admin' account to test. The admin credentials are located in /etc/hubzero.secrets if you have forgetten them. When you get the "dav:/webdav/>" prompt just enter "ls" and you should see the "mytest" file listed.
Finally clean up test case
sudo yum remove cadaver sudo rm /webdav/home/admin/mytest
If the test doesn't work, check if the fuse kernel module is loaded
sudo lsmod | grep fuse fuse 54176 0
If there is no output then try starting the kernel module manually
sudo modprobe fuse
Then try the test again