I'm trying to mount a remote drive on a server that I have SSH access to using fuse/sshfs
I created a mount point at /mnt/review/server and created the following entry in my fstab, as per ArchWiki:
me@server:/ /mnt/review/dori fuse.sshfs defaults,user,noauto,idmap=user,allow_other 0 0
I've also tried a slightly different entry, based on the Ubuntu documentation:
sshfs#me@server:/ /mnt/review/dori fuse defaults,user,noauto,idmap=user,allow_other 0 0
Each time, I just get
/bin/sh: 1: sshfs: not found - nothing in the system logs.
This did work back when I was running Kubuntu 14.04 - I've since changed to Mint running on Ubuntu 14.04, and now I get this.
It seems like SSHFS is not installed - but I can't find anything helpful on Google for this message. I've also made sure the the
fuse package is installed. I'm stuck for how to resolve this.