I can access to my specific folder like this:
ssh -YX firstname.lastname@example.org cd ../the/folder/I/want
or with an absolute path
ssh -YX email@example.com cd /the/absolute/path/to/the/folder/I/want
However I can't
lsit from my distant home directory
ssh -YX firstname.lastname@example.org ls ../the/folder/I/want -> ls: cannot access ../the/folder/I/want: No such file or directory
I can mount and access to my home folder with sshfs. However, if I try to mount the specific folder with sshfs, for instance:
sshfs email@example.com:/the/absolute/path/to/the/folder/I/want ~/mountpoint
I can see the mounted folder, but I have no permissions to access it.
This is the result of
ls -l local command:
d---rwx--- 1 root wheel 4,0K 4 nov 22:46 mountpoint
Is there a way to mount this specific folder?