Auto-mounting sshfs from /etc/fstab
site.freebsd at orientalsensation.com
Wed Sep 5 17:38:55 UTC 2012
I've been trying to find a page on the Internet where an example is posted
explaining how to mount sshfs from /etc/fstab, but I can't find any!
I'm on 9.1-PR amd64 and I've installed Fuse and sshfs, I have enabled Fuse
in rc.conf and I can see /dev/fuse. Furthermore, using sshfs from the
command line, I am even able to mount the remote file system.
I can manually mount the remote file system using:
*sshfs user at host:/ /mnt*
Then, I do 'mount -p' and get:
*/dev/fuse0 /mnt fusefs.sshfs rw,sync 0 0*
This isn't sufficient for mounting/unmounting from fstab since it's missing
the authentication details I've used in sshfs.
So.. the question is: How to add the authentication details to /etc/fstab
so that I can mount the sshfs just by using:
Thanks in advance, and kindly Cc me on your replies!
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