I am new user and, after some research, it seems that all my problems using Cryptomator could be solved by an answer to the basic question indicated above. The details are as follows.
System: macOS High Sierra (10.13.6), FUSE 3.8.2, Cryptomator (1.4.0)
[Optional support for MacFUSE (?) selected on installation.]
Expected behaviour: After unlocking and revealing the vault with preferred volume type fuse, there is a directory “/Volumes/name_of_vault” to be found via Terminal.
Actual behaviour: No such directory appears (even though it does in Finder).
- Set the preferred volume type to WedDAV. As a result, the directory “Volumes/name_of_vault” is created in the above process. However, it is not a solution for me, as I need to use “VIM - Vi IMproved 8.0” on the files in the revealed vault and thus run into the High Sierra unmount bug, see https://community.cryptomator.org/t/connecting-drive-failed-virtual-volume-dis-mounts-randomly/2324 and https://community.cryptomator.org/t/mac-os-x-high-sierra-unmount-bug/852.
- Choosing a custom mount point: this created a cascade of errors of various types depending on which mount point I chose; no success in getting a directory “name_of_vault” usable in the Terminal. If it is considered useful, I will try document these problems.
Question: How can I proceed, so that I have access to the files via Terminal and VIM?