After updating the server with apt-get update && apt-get upgrade this command return an error command echo "the-password" | sshfs email@example.com:/var/www /remote_mount -o password_stdin ...
I've got a self-written FUSE file system I mount on my NFS server on mountpoint /export/example/mount. Then I export a parent directory of the FUSE via NFS. The /etc/exports contains the options ...
Neither man nor info page provide more information on this than: mount --no-canonicalize Don't canonicalize paths. The mount command canonicalizes all paths (from command line or fstab) ...
mkdir ~/mnt/2letter echo PASSWORD | sshfs -o password_stdin www-data@localhost:/var/www/sites/2letter ~/mnt/2letter -o sshfs_sync,cache=no,password_stdin After this: $ ls -ld ~/mnt/2letter/ ...
It's a bit indirect, but it's possible mount a partition with a disk image using mount or losetup's "offset" parameter. I'm looking to be able to use fuse to do the same thing in user space Use ...