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SubjectRe: Kernel Module / Patch with implements "sshfs"

> > > Mount our external Webserver from our internal Administration Server via
> > > 100MBit LAN connection.
> >
> > Install uservfs(, then cd /overlay/#sh:user@host/.
> > Pavel
> Does all X programs support # in filename?

If they don't, they are broken.

> And how do you enter the password?

For now, only RSA autentication is supported. You can enter inside
path for ftp, but no it is not the best solution.

> (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...

Casualities in World Trade Center: 6453 dead inside the building,
cryptography in U.S.A. and free speech in Czech Republic.
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