I'm having some troubles on Ubuntu 14.04 initialization, it fails to mount an SSH folder and gives me the option of a manual recovery by pressing M, displaying a command-line logged at root user for debugging the problem.
My troubles start when I try to read the
sshfs help file and it is bigger than the screen, therefore impossible to read the cut-out part.
I managed to solve this by doing
sshfs -h >> read; nano read but I'm wondering if there is a easiest or more elegant/right way of doing this job.
PS: I'm not at the Ubuntu terminal emulator, so it's impossible to adjust the "scrolling" tab, since it doesn't exists.