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Auto mount sshfs volume through fstab with password auth

I have a headless server running Ubuntu 12.04.4 that needs to come back up after a reboot without user intervention. There is an existing manual process that involves looking at files on a remote ...
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Mounting via cifs or sshfs at boot depending on wifi SSID

I have a ubuntu home server 12.10 that is available over the internet for SSH connections. I also have my ubuntu laptop that I use at home and when on the road. What I would like is that during the ...
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How to mount network drive so that it can be used from applications and on wifi

I wish to set up a network drive for storing my personal photos. I already have a server and a 'pictures' user on the server. I planned to store the photos in the home directory of this user. I ...
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sshfs in fstab creates an item in Devices listing that doesn't work

I configured an sshfs mount as instructed in http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=896474&p=5635104#post5635104 to work as a place to store my pictures. It is other vice working as a dream ...
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sshfs is not mounting automatically at boot, despite /etc/fstab configuration

Setting up some Ubuntu (13.04) workstation, I am trying to have a remote filesystem mounted (over ssh). The current config I created user someuser and added it to the fuse group My fstab entry ...
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sshfs with fstab: connection reset by peer

I am trying to allow my laptop (Ubuntu 13.04) to access my PC (Lubuntu 13.04) hard drive through SSHFS. I'm using RSA keys to connect. It works perfectly fine if I type this in the terminal: sshfs ...
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Can't Mount SSHFS via FSTAB, but can mount via CLI. How do I get FSTAB to mount properly?

I have setup password less SSH access and it works properly. I'm unable to automatically mount my SSHFS. This works: sshfs root@192.168.0.2:/vmfs/volumes/ESATA01/ ~/VPS However, when inserted into ...
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sshfs mounts with user privileges but for umount I need root. why? how?

I'm trying to unmount from nautilus, the directory created by sshfs, but I get this error: Unable to unmount dir umount: /home/user/dir is not in the fstab (and you are not root) I'm not getting ...
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SSHFS mount does not work on startup using fstab

While I am able to mount a folder from a remote server using mount folder the entry in fstab is giving Connection reset by peer: I have the following in my fstab sshfs#username@remote:/folder/ ...
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Synchronize SSHFS mount with local filesystem

I've got a directory called "secure" that I mount on my laptop via sshfs whenever the server is in reach. While this server is in reach I want to keep it in two-way sync with a directory called ...
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Permission denied on SSHFS automount

I am trying to set up an SSHFS connection between two Ubuntu machines, using /etc/fstab so that they automount from the beginning. I have created an .ssh directory in my home dir on both machines, I ...