sf is a wrapper script around
sshfs to make mounting/unmounting easier. It probably doesn't deserve its own package, but I use it on so many machines that it might just be worth it.
# Mount the host 'kartoffel' locally $ sf mount root@kartoffel:22 SSHFS version 2.5 Server version: 3 Extension: email@example.com <1> Extension: firstname.lastname@example.org <2> Extension: email@example.com <2> Extension: firstname.lastname@example.org <1> # Now it's available locally $ ls ~/Mounts/kartoffel_root_22/ bin boot dev etc home initrd.img initrd.img.old lib lib64 lost+found ... # Unmount it again $ sf umount root@kartoffel:22
wget -qO - http://archive.philippheckel.com/apt/Release.key | sudo apt-key add - sudo sh -c "echo deb http://archive.philippheckel.com/apt/release/ release main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/archive.philippheckel.com.list" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install sf
Other Linux systems:
sf script in a folder inside your
$PATH and install
The script is licensed as GPLv3.