sshfs is a FUSE filesystem for Linux which allows directories on remote machines accessible via SSH to be mounted locally.

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Denied root access to user mounted FUSE file system

Let me start with giving you the details of my setup: I am running Fedora 13 on an x86_64 arch. I have mounted a remote directory using sshfs: jim@localsite $ sshfs jim@remotesite:/home/jim ...
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How do I sudo over sshfs?

On my local host alpha I have a directory foo that is mapped via sshfs to host bravo as follows: $ sshfs charlie@bravo:/home/charlie ~/foo However, on host bravo there is another user, delta, that ...
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Rsync over SSHFS hangs

I have sshfs setup to connect to another system (Rackspace Cloud Sites) that I don't have ssh access to (but for some reason I can use sshfs? Go figure). I'm attempting to rsync files from the sshfs ...
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Any tricks for making sshfs authenticate only on write?

There is seemingly a trick for creating read-only sshfs logins with the read only attribute is enforced by the remote's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. You first create a program ~/.ssh/ro-sftp-server ...
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SSHFS Server for Windows?

Is there a sshfs SERVER for MS-WINDOWS ? I have a working sshfs client (dokan Win64), but I can't share a windows drive over internet.
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How to set up sshfs to use www-data

I have 2 Debian systems, prod1 and prod2, with their respective users, prod1 and prod2 as well. I want to setup an sshfs with autofs to have a directory on prod1 in the /home/prod1/ that the user ...