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Like many editors, Sublime saves to a temporary file, then moves that temporary file into place. It's done this way in case the system crashes during the save: it's guaranteed that either the original file or the new version will be present, you don't risk losing the file. SSHFS is built on top of SFTP, which (at least as implemented by OpenSSH) does not ...


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sshfs uses the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). The workaround that you have enabled is working around the semantics of a rename() operation over that protocol when the "new" name already exists. The POSIX behavior for rename() in this case is to remove the existing file and complete the rename. In the SFTP protocol, you can rename a file with the ...


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So after perusing the manpages looking for how to change the remote port to connect to a virtual machine... I found the answer. All I had to do was adding -o allow_other and bam, it worked. Apparently, sshfs assumes you will read the mounted directory under the same user used to mount it, without considering that usually only ROOT is allowed to mount ...



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