Here is my configuration:
/mnt/10 /etc/auto.10 uid=0,gid=0,--ghost
root -fstype=fuse,allow_other,follow_symlinks,ssh_command=/etc/ssh/sshpass.10.sh :sshfs\#email@example.com\:/root
Because the remote device is an appliance and it doesn't have an ability to save a key to do a passwordless login, I have to pass a password with an sshpass command. For that I used an ssh_command= parameter
#!/bin/bash sshpass -f /etc/ssh/sshpass.10 ssh -o HostKeyAlgorithms=ssh-dss $*
I had to use -o HostKeyAlgorithms=ssh-dss in my ssh command config, because that appliance has an old openssh server. The device is out of production and doesn't do any more updates. When I ssh to it from my updated computer, it complains about no matching algorithms:
Unable to negotiate with 10.28.0.10 port 22: no matching host key type found. Their offer: ssh-dss
So, with a regular ssh, I have to do:
ssh -o HostKeyAlgorithms=ssh-dss firstname.lastname@example.org
So, I did in /etc/ssh/sshpass.10.sh ssh setup file, as I stated above.
And the last file, has an ssh root password in it on the first line of a file with a line break. /etc/ssh/sshpass.10 i.e.:
I am not able to show a line break here, though and of course, this is not the password, that I am using.
When I try to go to the path, that was configured in these files, I can get to: /mnt/10 and root folder appears there. I try to go inside of it, I get an error:
Can't access '/mnt/10/fsshroot/': No such file or directory