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Mounting remote directories during boot using sshfs

Feature state

openSUSE-11.2
Rejected Information
openSUSE-11.3
Evaluation By Productmanager

Description

It should be interesting mount remote directories using sshfs during boot process. We can do it now with samba or nfs, but not sshfs. Sshfs has encription and it's fast enough. Actually we can use it by command-line from userspace only. Adding the possibility to include this in fstab file (and a possible module for yast) would be cool.

(Written on behalf of non-member Alfredo Amaya)

Discussion


icons/user_comment.png J. E. wrote: (8 years ago)

Except for a permission issue, it almost (but only almost) works.

#fstab

sshfs#user@server:/foo /home/user fuse uid=user(,allow_other) 0 0

Last change: 5 years ago
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