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SubjectRe: Kernel Module / Patch with implements "sshfs"
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On Monday 12 November 2001 23:15, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > > A simpler way is to use the kio_fish
> > > And since it is KDE all KDE programs will be able to use it :-)
> > > (To be sure I tried to create a file with advanced editor and save it
> > > remote - it worked! :-)
> >
> > Seems nice, but the problem is :
> >
> > I'm not using X :)
> >
> > What i want to do is :
> >
> > Mount our external Webserver from our internal Administration Server via
> > 100MBit LAN connection.
>
> Install uservfs(.sf.net), then cd /overlay/#sh:user@host/.
> Pavel


Does all X programs support # in filename?

And how do you enter the password?
(Especially if you are using it from an X program.)
I guess you like to avoid entering it on the command line...

But I agree in principe - all kio slaves should really be uservfs slaves...

/RogerL

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Roger Larsson
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