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Summary: Fuse-filesystem utilizing the sftp service


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Server

Simply run sshd with sftp enabled. These are the default settings under funtoo so there is not much to do.

# rc-service sshd start

Client

Install

Kernel

Under File systems enable FUSE:

File systems  --->
    <M> FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) support

Emerge

# emerge sshfs-fuse

Use

as root

create a mountpoint:

# mkdir /mnt/remote
# sshfs myuser@ipaddress:/home/myuser/media /mnt/remote

To unmount:

# fusermount -u /mnt/remote

as a user

sshfs requires sshfs ran as a user if a user is to access the content. create a mountpoint:

# mkdir /mnt/remote

change mount point to be under the user

# chown user:user /mnt/remote

<console>$ sshfs myuser@ipaddress:/home/myuser/media /mnt/remote

To unmount:

# fusermount -u /mnt/remote