ftpfs has an 'user' option for specifing the username
to use when logging in.
/etc/fstab has another 'user' option for specifing that
normal users can mount the directory.
I can put a line like this in /etc/fstab:
none /mnt ftpfs user,ip=...,user=some,pass=thing 0 0
This works, but is very inconsistent. Samba uses
'username=...' instead of 'user=...'. I really think
ftpfs should do the same.
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