Mount a remote filesystem via FUSE and PerlSSH
The Fuse::PerlSSH::FS bundle consists of the backend module Fuse::PerlSSH::FS, which you probably want to use through the perlsshfs mounting script:
perlsshfs [user@]host:[dir] mountpoint [options]
Fuse::PerlSSH::FS is meant as a drop-in replacement for sshfs, written in Perl. The primary goal, for now, is to add extended file attribute (xattr) functionality to the mounted filesystem and only later to achieve the full feature-level of sshfs.
This here is only a short github placeholder README. More information about how to use the mounting script perlsshfs and the Fuse::PerlSSH::FS module can be found in the POD embedded in the source code. So, please hop over to cpan for the canonical documentation.
via CPAN (official releases):
sudo cpan -i Fuse::PerlSSH::FS
from command-line (latest changes, if any):
wget https://github.com/clipland/fuse-perlssh-fs/archive/master.tar.gz tar xvf master.tar.gz cd fuse-perlssh-fs-master perl Makefile.PL make make test sudo make install
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