sudo apt-get install sshfs
Your english is fine, and your implementation is superb.
I've just apt-got sshfs, and I plan on using it frequently.
Now to find a windows implementation for those times I'm stuck using Microsoft: BSOD.
how big is it? (I never really looked when installing...) if it's not too bad, I'd say it's something to consider by default in .03
i certainly use it mroe often than fontypython, which is fragging HUGE
it's useful. Ever so useful.
Find me a regular Linux user who doesn't use ssh.
And find me the number who get annoyed with sftp, etc.
when I found out about this, I thought it was a godsend.
As I said: more useful than fontypython
Hi - new to #! CL for just a few weeks and am greatly impressed. Great work !
Many thanks to The_Doctor ! Great tip, concisely written and worked first time. Had an ssh mount going within a couple minutes.
With some others, I wanted to add my vote for moving sshfs up the list to be considered part of the 'default' install. It's nearly an indispensable tool at this point, imho, but I also understand the need fight distro 'bloat creep'.
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eeepc-901 crunchbang with eeepc-kernel 2.6.27-8-eeepc
Just agreeing with most of these posts.. I found that command also, and it has made my life a dream.. I have used sshfs and have made a little bash script that mounts the directory and subsequently open up my file manager. After I put that in my menu in open box, file instantly became easier.
Especially now that I have set up password free ssh login from my laptop.
for old fashion ftp
curlftpfs ftp://username:firstname.lastname@example.org ~/someplace/local/remote
i use ssh to access media with vlc does anyone know if that is the best protocol for simple at home sharing, smb sucks and lags. sshfs works fantastic i just didnt know if streaming would in any way be detrimental to sshfs.
also for copying over files through sh i use midnight commander it works great as long as there are no spaces in dir and ' in file names
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failure is only a negative way to describe a learning experience.
i am constantly learning.
sshfs uses a fair bit of CPU, but with multiple cores that shouldn't be a problem for streaming. Otherwise it is brilliant for this sort of small-scale network device access.
Thank you so much for posting this. I was breaking my head trying to mount OpenShift so that I may edit my wordpress site that's on it easily. Very simple. Thanks a ton!
And I always preferred this even for regular servers as it's much easier to live edit files using a GUI text editor than on CLI remotely.