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How to mount a remote directory using SSH to be available same as if it is a local directory?

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First install the module:

sudo apt-get install sshfs

Load it to kernel

sudo modprobe fuse

Setting permissions

sudo adduser $USER fuse

sudo chown root:fuse /dev/fuse

sudo chmod +x /dev/fusermount

Now we’ll create a directory to mount the remote folder in.

I chose to create it in my home directory and call it remoteDir.

mkdir ~/remoteDir

Now I ran the command to mount it(mount on home).

sshfs maythux@192.168.xx.xx:/home/maythuxServ/Mounted ~/remoteDir

Now it should be mounted

cd ~/remoteDir
ls -l 

Enjoy

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I'm a little confused... in the sshfs command, I think that the mountpoint local directory is named remoteDir, and when I'm on the ssh serever, there is a dir /home/maythuxServ/Mounted that is not mounted locally, and I can not tell, or care, whether it's mounted elsewhere? – Volker Siegel Nov 23 '14 at 0:56
    
I skipped some of these steps under 14.04 when I used the following guide: help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHFS – Hemm Mar 9 at 19:43

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