I'm working on a little Graphical User Interface for SSHFS ( python/gtk ) ..
# Download script wget http://www.ad-comp.be/public/projets/pysshfs/pysshfs # execute permission chmod +x pysshfs # add python dep' sudo apt-get install python-pexpect # run script ./pysshfs
All feedback are welcome
David [aka] ADcomp
Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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Incredible - I just posted this... http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/post/45645/#p45645
Will definantely look into this.
Good idea, and very useful, this project.
Hopefully it is still active.
Surprising that nobody did this before, given how simple it is.
(I did something like this with shell scripts, for my family.)
A suggestion: Use standard utilities like ssh-askpass and ssh-add to manage passwords.
This way, they are remembered for the entire session (gnome or kde).
So you can remote-login later, via gui or command line, without having to retype the password.