How to Mount Remote Linux Filesystem or Directory Using SSHFS Over SSH

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37 Responses

  1. Chandra says:

    Through this article, can we write or update in that file system or folder.

    Thanks

  2. Stevland Ambrose says:

    This article is excellent, thank you very much.

    I did run into one snag on my CentOS 7 server. I have password-less SSH enabled, but when I edited /etc/fstab as instructed it would result in a parse error.

    What ended up working in my case was

    sshfs#[email protected]:/home/tecmint/ /mnt/tecmint fuse defaults, allow_other 0 0

    I hope this helps someone.

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