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how to mount local directory to remote like sshfs? [closed]

I know sshfs is used to mount remote directory to local, but I need to mount local directory to remote fs. I would like to mount a local folder such as: /home/username/project_directory onto a ...
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Parsing Remote Files

I have two systems. I have some log files on one system (A) that are being generated every hour. I want to parse those files from another system (B). One way is to copy the files and then parse them ...
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Mounting local external hard drive on a remote machine

I have an external hard drive, which stores extremely large files. This is LOCAL and is connected to my laptop/desktop. I run many different programs on a REMOTE Linux server. I need to use some of ...
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mounting remote hard disk (Linux)

I have a machine running Ubuntu 10.04. I have a VPS (virtual private server) also running Ubuntu Linux. The VPS has a dedicated IP. I want to have a setup, so that the directories on the VPS are ...
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sftp disabled, but have ssh access. How to mount?

some lab computers at my university have sftp disabled. However, I have normal ssh access. Obviously I don't have root permissions on these computers. I need to transfer a fair amount of VHDL ...
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“mount” a serial port or USB or PS/2 or parallel port on a local machine over TCP/IP

let's assume I have two boxes, both running some (any) unix variant. I have root privileges on both boxes and they are networked together. I'm using A, the other is B. I'd like to "mount" the ports ...
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How can I launch a local application remotely?

I use TextMate on Mac OS X to develop. The files I need to edit are on a Linux machine, and I have the Linux filesystem mounted on my Mac OS X. Opening the files and saving them in TextMate is not a ...
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How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?

I would like to mount a remote file system (A) using SSHFS, but sometimes I have IP address, access from which is not allowed. So my plan is to access it via another machine (B) in that network. Do I ...
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“connect to server” for KDE

Everybody knows the Gnome program (I can remember the package name right now, or if it's Nautilus itself) that gives us the menu "connect to server" that we can login in a remove ftp, ssh, windows, ...