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I already have sshfs installed and I know how to mount the drive, but when I try to automatically supply the password it doesn't do anything different.

eric@MAVERICK:~$ sshfs ericfoss@192.168.0.200:/home/ericfoss/Downloads Downloads/folder/ < pass.txt
eric@192.168.0.200's password: 
eric@MAVERICK:~$

Ideas?

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You should look into public key-based SSH authentication such that you don't need to supply a password to log into the 192.168.0.200 machine.

Basically, you'd run ssh-keygen on the MAVERICK machine as "eric" and then copy the contents of the ~.ssh/id_rsa.pub file that's created into

/home/ericfoss/.ssh/authorized_keys

on the 192.168.0.200 machine.

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Try adding a newline (\n) in the file you are supplying (pass.txt) after the actual password.

If you type it on the command line you also supply a newline you see.

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