Every time I try to use the "mdir" command on Ubuntu 9.10, I get this message:
Can't open /dev/fd0: No such file or directory Cannot initialize 'A:'
Any idea what it means, and how to fix it?
Edit: I am trying to mount a directory, as in these instructions (see Klaus Rennecke's answer).
To sum it up into commands:
Prequesites: sudo apt-get install fuse-utils sshfs
Mount dir: mdir ~/sftp.my-site.org
Mounting: sshfs firstname.lastname@example.org: ~/sftp.my-site.org -o idmap=user,workaround=rename
Run update: cd ~/sftp.my-site.org; bzr update