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How to automatically mount remote directories on login / startup
Everytime I boot, I use sshfs to mount remote directories. I am thinking to put these short commands in my .bashrc, but that does not seem to be The Right Way™. What is the proper way to run sshfs on ...
Nov 5 '12 at 14:07
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