Well. Erm... There are WebDAV filesystems implementations out there. See ?
$ yum search webdav|grep -i filesystem davfs2.armv6hl: A filesystem driver for WebDAV
So I did
yum install davfs2-ed, and that just worked. And I've configured davfs2, following a tutorial like these one is fine enough:
Note that disabling locks is indeed required for ownCloud, so I needed to edit
mount /mnt/owncloudto locally bind your ownCloud webDAV to a directory, to make recursively upload a full directory tree, it is easy as this:
rsync -vr --progress --bwlimit=123 /path/to/my/directory/. /mnt/owncloud/my_sub_dir/.In case the
rsyncstops in the middle of the upload, the command line can be entered again to resume the upload.
shelldark magic, just a