SSHFS is a tool that uses SSH to enable mounting of a remote filesystem on a local machine.

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Mount network drives over ssh on Windows [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: sshfs equivalent for windows? There is a remote filesystem I can reach through ssh. On Linux, there are several ways of dealing with it. I like sshfs, because with it I ...
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Mount an sshfs via macfuse at boot

I want to mount an sshfs folder at boot under Mac OSX: I'm using Macfusion right now, that is a GUI for MacFUSE, but I have to mount the folder manually. How can I achieve that?
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sshfs mounted directory becomes unresponsive

I've mounted a directory via sshfs: sshfs <user>@<host>:/var/www <host>/ However, after a few hours, the "something" happens, and I can no longer use the mounted directory. ...
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Create specific GID for a group and add a user to it on Mac OS X 10.5

How do I create a group with a specific GID and add a user to it on Mac OS X 10.5? The problem is that macfuse is not smart enough to handle groups when it mounts, so I can't open files which on the ...
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Use a device over SSH?

I have 2 PCs with Ubuntu at home and a network link between them. If I do $ sshfs pc2root@192.168.0.2:/ /media/pc2 can I use a remote device as a local one? (in this case: /media/pc2/dev/sr0 as a ...
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Using sftp without mounting it

When I mount sftp/ftp, and connection breaks for a while, the mount "freezes" and will freeze any process that deals with it (the editor, Nautilus, umount, etc). I can't even unmount the folder. (My ...