I believe sshfs requires an sftp server on the remote computer (router):
ipkg list_installed | grep -i sftp openssh-sftp-server - 5.9p1-1 - sftp-server only from a FREE version of the SSH protocol suite of network connectivity tools.
The goal is to invoke sshfs to mount a remote directory:
sshfs firstname.lastname@example.org:/mnt/CRUZERFIT16/directory/ /home/user/Documents/scpbox/
This sshfs setup was working correctly in May, however, a family member reset the router. sshfs returns an error:
remote host has disconnected total 0
Attempt to remote sftp into router returned:
/opt/libexec/sftp-server: can't load library 'libcrypto.so.0.9.8' Connection closed
ipkg list_installed | grep openssl returned:
openssl - 0.9.8v-2 - Openssl provides the ssl implementation in libraries libcrypto and libssl, and is needed by many other applications and librari
openssl successfully reinstalled on router:
ipkg -force-reinstall install openssl
and am now able to sftp & sshfs into target router. Not sure why openssl was unavailable before reinstalling. Is there a test command to determine if openssl is available for the sftp server?