Creates a SSHFS volume on MacOS X (better used as an alias). Needs FuseFS and SSHFS (obvioulsly).

mkdir /Volumes/sshdisk 2> /dev/null; sshfs user@server:/ /Volumes/sshdisk -oreconnect,volname=SSHDisk
To make it even more practical, make sure you can login to the ssh server using a keypair.

By: fzero
2009-02-05 13:31:15

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