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SSH File System (sshfs). A tool that uses SSH to mount a remote filesystem on a local machine.

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Default sshd_config [duplicate]

I was getting a 'remote host has disconnected' error and came across this thread when trying to troubleshoot the issue. Now I changed the Subsystem value in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file according to ...
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sshfs is not mounting automatically at reboot, files get removed after each reboot

Here is what l tried to achieve auto mount. sudo mkdir /mnt/my_remote_desk sudo sshfs -o allow_other,default_permissions xxxx@xxxx.xxxx.xx:/home/data /mnt/my_remote_desk These command line works ...
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How do i transcode video files with ffmpeg by piping the in and output over ssh or by sftp

I have a server with the video files i want to transcode to x265 and have ssh/sftp acces to it. But i am not root on my transcoding machine, therefore couldn't install sshfs, so i decided to pipe the ...
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Mounting a remote directory at start up

I am new to servers and getting confused I think. I have created a server using ubuntu server. I can now see the directories I want on my home machine which is running linux I have been trying ...
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sshfs prevents Ubuntu 18.04 from going to sleep

There are a plethora of discussion in the entire Internet on how to make sshfs connection robust enough so that the laptop either doesn't sleep at all while a connection is on, or even if it does, how ...
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Access to mounted SSHFS folder with another SFTP connection

I have a file server that I connect to using SSH in Nautilus, basically: sftp://myserver/path/to/my/files Within the server I mounted a local folder to a second file server over SSH using SSHFS: ...
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Nautilus file permissions on mounted folder

I've mounted a remote server on my local machine by adding remoteusername@remote.ip:/ /mnt/remotename fuse.sshfs IdentityFile=/home/localusername/.ssh/id_rsa delay_connect _netdev,allow_other,...
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Mount a file instead of directory using sshfs?

Is it possible to mount a single file instead of a whole directory using sshfs command?
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Mounting remote directories over LAN safely

My office setup is as follows. Main workstation (Ubuntu 18) Secondary workstation (Ubuntu 16) Microserver (Ubuntu Server 16) Connected over LAN I have recently been using sshfs to access the files ...
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sshfs with fstab: wrong uid, gid and Input/output error

I want to sshfs from my Linux machine (Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS) to my MacBook. I could do it at command line with sshfs jczhang@10.0.2.2:/Users/jczhang/mysharedfolder /home/jczhang/mysharedfolder It ...
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Monitoring SSHFS mount point with SNMP in Ubuntu

We want to monitor SSHFS mount point with SNMP in Ubuntu but it doesn't show any SSHFS mount point. Maybe because it is encrypted. How we can solve this? Note: we don't have problem with NFS. ...
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Automount remote filesystem on reboot without password with sshfs

What I Want: boot up my system (in this case ubuntu 18.04 on a laptop) have access to a remote filesystem via /home/<user>/mnt/remote-HD0 What I have tried edit /etc/fstab with sshfs command ...
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How do I mount my laptop's hard-disk in a remote server (reverse sshfs)?

I was wondering if there is a way to mount a local directory/hard-disk in another server (like sshfs but vice versa) I know it should be possible to use sshfs from the other machine while my own ...
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unmount sshfs from mount point

mounted raspberry pi device via sshfs: sshfs osmc@rpi.: /home/user/pi mounting information: user@azimuth:~$ mount | grep osmc osmc@rpi.: on /home/user/pi type fuse.sshfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,...
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Why do gvfs shares appear read only when accessed via CLI (command line)?

please try it out yourself: Mount a network share via "file"-"connect to server" in nemo filebrowser (this is a real pain when you try it via nautilus since gnome version 3, but that is another ...
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sshfs “reset by peer” after new installation of server OS

I'm trying to mount a drive from my work PC to my home PC using the command below: sudo sshfs -o allow_other home_username@home.ip:/ /mnt/home-pc This command was working fine before. However, I've ...
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How to have sshfs disk without auto-mount?

When i have partitions on local disk they appear as not-mounted. i can mount them in any program (krusader, nautilus) and then i can access them in all programs. I want to have the same for sshfs. I ...
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fuse: bad mount point `/mnt': Transport endpoint is not connected

I needed to locally edit remote files on my server, so I tried to mount the whole remote file system (/) on my local system with SSHFS like so: $ sshfs username@domain.com:// /mnt -p 22 Then it ...
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Create custom mount/unmount entry for nemo/nautilus “devices”

sshfs mounts are shown under "devices" in Nemo and Nautilus, together with this eject/unmount button. The eject/unmount button never works. When I go to the terminal and sshfs something into my home ...
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sshfs: Mount a volume using sshfs as a readonly directory

I don't understand how this solution worked for everybody who wanted to mount a volume as a read-only directory using sshfs. Everyone suggest using the 'ro' option. I did that, but the files in the ...
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I can ssh to the server but sshfs gives me 'no matching cipher found: client arcfour server aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr…'

I can ssh to the server, but sshfs fails with the read: Connection reset by peer error. I have checked all the cases pointed out in this AskUbuntu question, the user is in the fuse group, ...
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Using sshfs on C accessed via A and B

The current set up I am working with requires me to ssh onto a machine C by first ssh-ing into A and then into B. Something like this: ssh [username]@[university].com # Machine A ssh [department] # ...
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sshfs empty the source path with -o nonempty

I came across a strange mistake, I have some data on machine1 at /temp/user1/data/ I want to share it with another machine2, so I created same directory as mkdir /temp/user1/data/ then on ...
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mounting server dir to local dir

How can I mount server dir to local dir using the following command: sshfs -o follow_symlinks I have a hard time to configure it. Thanks
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SSHFS recognised SSH Key, still asks for password

I had no problem using sshfs and autofs and my server was doing OK. I am mounting my backup server as a drive on my actual server. But suddenly I noticed it is no longer mounting the backup drive. ...
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sshfs: How to mount / to local with normal user ssh-login

I want to backup my ubuntu-server to local storage with borgbackup in "pull-style" via sshfs as described here: borgbackup examples -search page for ("pull" style)- . I configured passwordless ssh-...
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How to connect storage to web server with sshfs?

I started to installed a vmware web server. The server first was in the local lan. (192.168.137.200) At this time I could attach (mount) a sshfs folder to the server from the host machine (192.168.137....
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SSHFS not connecting at login using .profile - connection reset by peer

I'm trying to create an sshfs connection when I login, so I have added a call to a script within the ~/.profile which runs the sshfs command. Here's the script that is called: !/bin/bash sshfs ...
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Automounting sshfs-share via fstab

I am automounting a share for a user in fstab like so: user@192.168.1.123:/home/user/ /home/user/Server/ fuse auto,user,_netdev,reconnect,uid=1000,gid=1000,IdentityFile=/home/user/.ssh/id_rsa,idmap=...
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Unmount SSHFS from Nautilus (with umount)

I can mount an SSHFS like this: sshfs -o idmap=user SSH_HOSTNAME:/ ~/mountpoint Now it's nicely displayed in Nautilus like a removable device with an eject button. On clicking that button though, I ...
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removing files after sshfs

l used the following command : sshfs vincet@remote_server:/home/code /home/my_code_remote_server After that if in my laptop l do the following : rm -rf /home/my_code_remote_server Am l going to ...
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Unable to mount sftp drive using sshfs - could not open builtin file

I'm trying to mount sftp drives to my box (Ubuntu trusty - yes I know its old) however I'm getting an issue whenever I try Output from sshfs command fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' ...
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How do I specify SSH options for SSHFS?

I had originally asked this as a follow-up question here. Unfortunately, there haven't been any replies so I am posting it as its own question. According to the documentation, you are supposed to be ...
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Using SSHFS to Mount Remote File Systems Over SSH, but no write permissions on mounted files

I am using SSHFS to mount some files from a debian machine to my laptop which runs ubuntu 16. sudo sshfs -o allow_other,port=2222,default_permissions,nonempty,IdentityFile=home/alex/.ssh/id_rsa alex@...
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Mounting a webcam from one computer to another over local network

So I have this python application on my laptop that needs to use the webcam, or more precisely the /dev/video0 folder. Now this application needs to use the GPU, and my laptop is not powerful enough, ...
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access sshfs directory with gui

I mounted a remote directory on my computer and it seems fine - I can cd to it or open an editor from the terminal and see all the files etc. But when it try to access it from the gui menu access is ...
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Cannot mount anything in a particular local directory using sshfs

I use sshfs to mount a remote directory locally. I use Xubuntu 16.04 inside a VirtualBox virtual machine. Yesterday, while everything was mounted, I saved the state of the virtual machine and closed ...
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use systemd to mount sshfs

I am running Ubuntu Core on my Raspberry Pi and I would like to map a drive connected to a local server. On other devices I use the sshfs to map this drive locally and it works. However on Ubuntu ...
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Cannot read file on filesystem mounted through fstab sshfs

I am trying to ensure that certain files in a mounted filesystem are readable to at least one non-root user. However, at the moment, even root user is not able to read these files. Here is my ...
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sshfs with config entry and/or ProxyCommand?

I have been playing with the ProxyCommand in my config files on any devices I take away from home so that I don't have to open ports through my new DD-WRT NAT to connect to machines behind the ...
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How do i mount my android's filesystem over the network with sshfs?

How do i mount my android device over the wireless network with sshfs so that I can access it's files trough my file explorer or terminal?
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How to directly edit my Ubuntu server files from my desktop Ubuntu [closed]

I am accessing my server (Ubuntu based) from my local Ubuntu using terminal. I would like to open files on the server using my local application (for example, Sublime editor). Could anyone help me in ...
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Help setting up sshfs

I'm trying to sort out file sharing on my 16.04 PC and have been advised to use sshfs. From the wiki I'm trying to follow the instructions but not getting very far. I've installed sshfs and checked ...
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Bashing Script within a Script

I wrote a little script which allows me to connect two a couple of servers via SSHFS. The script sets the variables or puts in defaults if nothing is entered i.e. SSH port 22. I want to create a ...
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Starting a bash script after gnome-keyring-daemon but before gnome-encfs?

I need to mount an sshfs after gnome-keyring-daemon becomes available (i.e. not in my .profile & presumably after /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-ssh.desktop has completed (however I have a doubt ...
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How to overcome SSHFS error “Software caused connection abort” during copying files

I'm experiencing same problem on two different computers, running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I am copying from server (also 14.04) over SSHFS large amount of data and files (few gigabytes). One computer is ...
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Secure way to use GUI to ask for network password when using sshfs?

I have a folder which is stored on a remote server and which is mounted locally using sshfs. Obviously, this requires a password to log on to the server. I would like to get a gui to prompt me for ...
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Unable to write to SSHFS folder

I've mounted a file system under SSHFS that I previously was using with NFS4 without issues. user@server:/mnt/a/folder /mnt/folder fuse.sshfs defaults,default_permissions,_netdev,allow_other,uid=...
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“fuse: bad mount point No such file or directory” but the file exists

My system is 32-bit so this answer doesn't help me. I am trying to use sshfs to no avail: $ sshfs -o IdentityFile=/home/aventinus/.ssh/id_rsa [name]@X.X.X.X:/data/[folder name]/[folder name]/ /...
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mount drives at boot failed

For mounting sshfs I have a shell script: #!/bin/bash sshfs -o allow_other user@ip-address:/remote/path /local path If I run the script after I boot up the server, it will mount, but it won't mount ...