sshfs is a FUSE file system which allows to mount a directory on a remote system over SSH. It requires the SFTP subsystem being installed (default with OpenSSH server, but not included with smaller SSHd implementations like e.g. dropbear) on the remote system.

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Do not halt the boot if an fstab mounting fails

I have this line in my fstab: sshfs#ecarroll@o99:/opt/dealermade/ftp/inc /opt/dealermade/ftp/inc fuse defaults,idmap=user,users 0 0 For whatever reason it didn't work -- that's fine. How do I make ...
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How do I use inotify or named pipes over SSHFS?

Thanks sshfs magic, I can mount my home dir from a remote server with sshfs user@server:/home/user ~/remote Optimistically, I thought I'd set a local inotify-hook on ~/remote/logFile (in the sshfs ...
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How to make ssh account capabele to only sshfs and rsync?

I'd like to make ssh account that is capable of doing two things: mounting (can be one) directory via sshfs performing backup&recovery of his/her desired directories using rsync I would love ...
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sshfs - can't unmount the point

I mounted a folder on a remote machine using sshfs, but didn't specify -o allow_other flag thus can't access the mounted directory. When I try to mount over with -o allow_other option sshfs gives me ...