#4 sshfs permissions

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2003-08-24
2003-08-24
Satish Desai
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I'm running RedHat Linux 9 (well actually FermiLinux
which is derived from it by Fermilab, which is where I
work).

Anyway, when I mount some directories from my desktop
machine at work via sshfs on my laptop, things seem to
work at first, but I end up with screwed up permissions
-- basically nothing has write-permission and many
files don't even have read permission (they seem to be
ones that I've restricted read permission to). Some of
my directories have no exe permission (again these tend
to be ones w/ restricted access).

I've added the follwoing line to my fstab to get this far

/dpsiwork none lufs noauto,fs=sshfs,host=myhostname, \

username=myusername,own_fs,fmask=744\ dmask=755,user

Any thoughts as to what I'm doing wrong?

Satish

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