Usage does not require administrative privileges.
sshfs username@remotesystem:/full/path/to/directory /mount/point
sshfs meyer@schl15:/nfs/userdocs/ps/meyer /sshfs would use
schl15 as a host to access the directory
/nfs/userdocs/ps/meyer (in other
words, that user's NFS home directory).
On Linux, if you don't have root or sudo access, you can mount sshfs via a directory in your home directory. Just remember to specify the fill PATH to the directory. On Centos, you will need the
fuse-sshfs package installed.
Installation requires administrative privileges.
Prior to installing, you should make sure that password-less ssh is configured correctly between the local system and the remote system.
Last edited by Mick Timony, 2017-05-01 15:58:03