Kernel module "shfs" for next Ubuntu release?
post at marcreichelt.de
Thu Sep 22 21:39:24 UTC 2005
>>>In the meantime, you might find mc useful -- it's a terminal-based norton
>>>commander clone, which can copy/move/rename/view/edit/etc. to/from remote
>>>directories with ssh.
>>in kde/konqueror you can use fish://yourserver.com to use ssh
>>transparently to copy/edit files over ssh, ftp://yourserver.com, too...
>>In Gnome/Nautilus it is sftp:// and ftp:// I think...
> ssh:// also works in Nautilus
yes, that's all great, I already knew that I can transfer files via ssh
with kde and gnome, but I was searching for a suitable method working
_without_ any desktop environment or a specified program, so _all_
programs can write to it.
e.g. if you have the program "kino" or "dvgrab" and you want to transfer
some large files to another pc (which has a big hard drive), your
programs don't work well, but a mount does.
That's why I'm asking for shfs to be in the next standard kernel - only
as a module, of course, but with the possibility of an easy
See you, and thanks to Al Gordon for the tip with "module-assistant" -
nevertheless, I don't get it right today. ;-)
Marc Reichelt || http://www.marcreichelt.de/
P.S.: Is there any possibility to write files which are larger than 2 GB
on a SMB mount? (yes: a samba mount, not ssh)
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