I read the syntax for FTPFS, on the "usage" pages, but I did'nt find how to write my /etc/auto.misc file..
May be you can give an example?
You already have the auto.ftpfs and auto.sshfs helpers, so you only need to hack /etc/auto.master.
# $Id: auto.master,v 1.2 1997/10/06 21:52:03 hpa Exp $
# Sample auto.master file
# Format of this file:
# mountpoint map options
# For details of the format look at autofs(8).
# /misc /etc/auto.misc --timeout=60
/mnt/net/ssh /usr/local/bin/auto.sshfs --timeout=60
/mnt/net/ftp /usr/local/bin/auto.ftpfs --timeout=60
then you can do stuff like 'cd /mnt/net/ftp/ftp.kernel.org' or 'cd /email@example.com'.
this should work with 0.6.3.
now some bad news: looks like the current CVS version doesn't play nice with autofs. still looking into it...
it works nice, but it seems the owner of the directory /mnt/net/ftp/ftp.kernel.org/ is the root...
It's a problem if i want to modify the files in this directory without root permissions...
have a solution?
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