Stack encfs on top of sshfs, in order to mount a remote encrypted
directory. This enables remote storage of sensitive data on hosts
which may not be fully secure, e.g. on a virtual private server.
Hardlinks do not work. This is a limitation of sshfs.
-h = help
-u = usage
-v = version
-d = dismount
optional configuration file
target hostname for SSH connections
directory where REMOTE_HOST will be mounted
remote directory to mount onto HOST_MOUNTPOINT; this will
usually be the path to the user's home directory
name (not path) of decrypted directory to mount locally; a
dot is prepended to identify the encrypted backing directory
on the remote host.
parent directory for DIRNAME, where decrypted data will be
0 = Success
1 = Failure
2 = Other
3 = Debug
Copyright (c) 2011 by Todd A. Jacobs <email@example.com>
All Rights Reserved
Released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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