Due to a breach of security, the administrators of the work server have implemented a new method of security. To log into the server, we must log in as our own user (which has severely limited permissions), then
su into another user under which we can do development (which we cannot log in to from the outside).
It used to be that we just logged in to a common user which had permissions, and I could simply mount the remote filesystem right onto my local filesystem using
sshfs. Now that we have to
su into another user, I can't simply mount it like I have before.
I've done a reasonable amount of research and tried all "solutions" I found. I've been trying to make this work for some time.
My question is: is there a way to
su into a different user inside a
sshfs mount? Perhaps running a script on the server after the mount completes or something?
I would use something like this, but I don't have
sudo access on the server, only
As a side note, my development computer is running LM11, and I'm mounting a share on some old Red Hat server.