I just upgraded from Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10. Before that I backed up my autofs config which worked fine. I appended the line from my old /etc/auto.master to the new one: +dir:/etc/auto.master.d ...
The sftp command supports a subsystem option (-s) which allows the remote user to select the remote sftp-server executable, and optionally upgrade to sudo in the process like so; sftp -s ...
I would like to define local ACL's to be used over a remotely mounted filesystem. The filesystem is mounted via autofs and sshfs FUSE. The idea is that we could setup a jailed user on a jump server ...
What I have found about fish:// (the kio protocol) is old and often incomplete. Is there anything that's new? Like a primer? Or is this something to put on the KDE todo list?