We could use ramfs to have an in-memory filesystem mount, however I'm not sure this is the issue.
By default, /tmp is private to the user logged with. The $home/tmp directory is bound to /tmp.
I suspect that the user used to upload the files with gomote push might be different than the user you're logged with using gomote ssh.
Could you run echo $user in the console when running gomote ssh and ensure that the user you're logged with is "glenda"?
Another possibility would be that the $home/tmp directory hasn't been bound to /tmp. You could run ls $home/tmp to ensure the files are there and run bind -ac $home/tmp /tmp to bind the directory.