How can I permanently mount a remote FTP directory in fstab with curlftpfs, so it will be accessible for the common users on the machine?

I am using Linux Slackware.


Does this not work?

How can I make CurlFtpFS mount automatically at startup?

You can add it to /etc/fstab. Example:
  curlftpfs#ftp.host.com /mnt/host fuse rw,uid=500,user,noauto 0 0    



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